A leopard plucks its dinner from a flock of birds flying overhead towards a water hole. Photographer Matt Prophe snapped the encounter at Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park which crosses across the borders between Botswana and South Africa.
Nyalas are graceful leapers capable of clearing a m fence from a standstill. They are a savanna woodland species, and do not occur in open grassland, forest or desert and eat a greater variety than any of the other antelope in the southern African region.
There is only one species, or kind, of giraffe. But not all giraffes are the same. There are eight different groups of giraffes. Each group of giraffes has a different coat pattern. The pattern is a clue to which group a giraffe belongs to.