Kruger National Park Part III

Here is my final set of images from Kruger ๐Ÿ™‚

Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) (Afrikaans: Blouaap) - these primates are native to Africa and are quite common in the park.

Vervet Monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) (Afrikaans: Blouaap) – these primates are native to Africa and are quite common in the park.

Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta) (Afrikaans: Gevlekte Hiรซna) - this baby was lying by itself on the side of the road. We think it was resting away from its den nearby, but we couldn't see the mother or the rest of the cubs.

Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta) (Afrikaans: Gevlekte Hiรซna) – this baby was lying by itself on the side of the road. We think it was resting away from its den nearby, but we couldn’t see the mother or the rest of the cubs.

Water Buck.

Water Buck.

Impala.

Impala.

Elephant - this lone male had pretty big tusks.

Elephant – this lone male had pretty big tusks.

Male lion at a kill. There was a huge group of cars around this male, which made it hard to get a clear shot from the confines of our vehicle. There were five or six vultures perched nearby, waiting for their chance to pick at the kill.

Male lion at a kill. There was a huge group of cars around this male, which made it hard to get a clear shot from the confines of our vehicle. There were five or six vultures perched nearby, waiting for their chance to pick at the kill.

Elephant in the late afternoon sun.

Elephant in the late afternoon sun.

Zebra.

Zebra.

Juvenile baboon.

Juvenile baboon.

A mother impala and her baby by a very popular waterhole.

A mother impala and her baby by a very popular waterhole.

A pretty well-camouflaged Steenbok.

A very well-camouflaged Steenbok.

Baby elephant seen on our last morning in the park.

Baby elephant seen on our last morning in the park.

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The famous African sunset.

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