Addo Elephant Park Day 1
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We know we've arrived at the park - the entrance

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Flowers and flora in the park

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Flowers and flora in the park

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Addo is known for it's array of Cactii

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Addo is known for it's array of Cactii

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Flowers and flora in the park

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Addo is called the Elephant Park - for good reason

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All sizes of elephants - including a two week old baby

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All sizes of elephants - including a two week old baby

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Guinea fowl running in the road

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A female ostrich grazing in the park

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Feeding time for the elephant

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A male ostrich grazing in the park

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Another common sight in the park - zebra

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A warthog keeping a watchful eye on us

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The elephant herd in the distance

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The elephant herd in the distance

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Dung beetles have right of way - they are protected in the park

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Another view of the baby elephant

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Elephant in the park

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Flowers and flora in the park

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Elephant in the park

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Elephant in the park

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Elephant in the park

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Zebra in the park

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Flowers and flora in the park

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Flowers and flora in the park

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The view of the coast from one of the higher points in the park - not far to the beach

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Addo is known for its array of Cactii

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This elephant was none too happy to see cars on his road - he came around the corner at quite a speed a little later

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Addo is known for its array of Cactii

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A kudu male browsing the plains

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This elephant was none too happy to see cars on his road - he came around the corner at quite a speed a little later

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Two kudu males browsing the view of the plains

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Braaiing South African style - good steaks

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Relaxing in the family hut after dinner