JWG (jwg) wrote,
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Gazillions of Gazelles

Gazelles of various types were seen grazing everywhere. Herds of impalas were a common scene.


Even more common were Thomson's Gazelles which were a bit larger and have very nice horn shape as well as nice coloring.



A closer view of a Tommie, as we referred to them:



And a Grant's gazelle, which is even larger than the Thomson's gazelle.


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