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Night at the Waterhole

(Photo above: When rhinos drink, ripples form on the water. Our flashlight causes them to reflect onto the animals’ bodies and form these peculiar patterns of stripes.) After dark, when Etosha’s Park doors are closed, the smell of ‘braai vleis’ hangs in the air and talk & laughter carry over from camp fires, a special time begins. Then, some beasts that are not seen much during the day become alive. So grab your binoculars & camera and head over to the camp’s waterhole for a very special performance. If they are not ‘on stage yet’, the mighty beast we are talking about, will soon appear: the black rhino. Whilst most animals in Etosha have left the waterholes for safety reasons, rhinos prefer

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