Mirka Kovacsova
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Antílope Saiga

Antílope Saiga

Mzima - Haunt Of The Riverhorse | more about tale of the tides between the lamu archipelago and somalia ...

Mzima - Haunt Of The Riverhorse | more about tale of the tides between the lamu archipelago and somalia ...

beautiful-wildlife: “Brown Hyena in the Kalahari by Christophe JOBIC ”

beautiful-wildlife: “Brown Hyena in the Kalahari by Christophe JOBIC ”

Hyena mom and cub..B/W

Hyena mom and cub..B/W

Spotted Hyena. These guys have an unfair bad rep due to the lion king movie. When in fact they hunt more than lions and usually are bullied more by lions.

Spotted Hyena. These guys have an unfair bad rep due to the lion king movie. When in fact they hunt more than lions and usually are bullied more by lions.

This Hyena Was Cornered By A Pack Of Wild Dogs, But What It Does Next Is Genius-Fuzzfix

This Hyena Was Cornered By A Pack Of Wild Dogs, But What It Does Next Is Genius-Fuzzfix

https://www.facebook.com/chiarabautistaartwork/photos/pb.558917134161144.-2207520000.1418969612./848869931832528/?type=1 // Chiara Bautista

https://www.facebook.com/chiarabautistaartwork/photos/pb.558917134161144.-2207520000.1418969612./848869931832528/?type=1 // Chiara Bautista

The Okapi, Okapia johnstoni, forest Giraffe is a giraffid artiodactyl mammal native to the Ituri Rainforest, located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in Africa. Although the okapi bears striped markings reminiscent of zebras, it is most closely related to the giraffe. The animal was brought to prominent European attention by speculation on its existence found in popular press reports covering Henry Morton Stanley's journeys in 1887. Today, about 10,000–20,000 remain in the wild

The Okapi, Okapia johnstoni, forest Giraffe is a giraffid artiodactyl mammal native to the Ituri Rainforest, located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in Africa. Although the okapi bears striped markings reminiscent of zebras, it is most closely related to the giraffe. The animal was brought to prominent European attention by speculation on its existence found in popular press reports covering Henry Morton Stanley's journeys in 1887. Today, about 10,000–20,000 remain in the wild

Hyenas... Look at that smile. How cute.

Hyenas... Look at that smile. How cute.