Safari Animals of Kenya

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Safari Animals of Kenya:

Safari Animals of Kenya Pictures from the Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru National Park

The “Big Five”:

The “Big Five” Lions Rhino Buffalo Leopard Elephant

Lions:

Lions

Live in “Prides”:

Live in “Prides”

Only 1 adult male per pride:

Only 1 adult male per pride

Leopards:

Leopards Very difficult to find – excellent at camouflage

Buffalo:

Buffalo Not the same as American Bison Most common of the Big 5

Elephants:

Elephants

Elephants:

Elephants Not found in Lake Nakuru National Park – the park is too small to provide them with enough habitat.

Poachers hunt them for their tusks – Classified as “Vulnerable":

Poachers hunt them for their tusks – Classified as “Vulnerable"

Rhinoceros:

Rhinoceros

Black and White Rhinos:

Black and White Rhinos Black Rhinos eat trees and are more difficult to spot Black Rhinos are “critically endangered” White Rhinos eat grasses and are easier to find White Rhinos are “near threatened”

Primates:

Primates Monkeys and Baboons

Vervet Monkey:

Vervet Monkey

Baboons:

Baboons

Baboons:

Baboons Live in groups of up to 100 Can be found in trees or on the ground

Types of Deer:

Types of Deer Impala Waterbuck Thompson’s Gazelle Dik-dik Eland

Impala:

Impala

Waterbuck:

Waterbuck

Eland:

Eland

Thompson’s Gazelle:

Thompson’s Gazelle

Predators:

Predators Lions Hyena Leopard Cheetah Jackal

Hyena:

Hyena

Cheetah:

Cheetah

Jackal:

Jackal

Other Animals:

Other Animals Giraffe Zebra Hippopotamus Crocodile Warthogs Birds – Flamingo, Ostrich, Guinea Fowl, Many more

Giraffe:

Giraffe

Zebra:

Zebra

Hippos:

Hippos

Warthog:

Warthog

Flamingo:

Flamingo

Guinea Fowl:

Guinea Fowl

Ostrich:

Ostrich

Baby Animals:

Baby Animals Spring is the time for babies!

Baby Baboons:

Baby Baboons

Baby Rhino:

Baby Rhino

Baby Lions:

Baby Lions

Baby Giraffe:

Baby Giraffe

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