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Why skipping tea-time can get you unforgettable photographs

It had puzzled us for a while. It was rainy season and the fresh, green plains were dotted with cute, tiny springbok lambs ... some just a day old, others already a week. But although we had been on game drives daily in the early mornings and late afternoons we had never encountered an actual birth. How on earth, we wondered, did the baby springbok land on the green plains of the Etosha National Park? Although a trusted friend favored the theory that 'the Abdim stork brought them', most of the Etosha park staff we asked suggested that springbok moms either delivered their lambs in secluded bush away from their herds or that it actually happened during the night. Mmmhhh, I wondered, what if w

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