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Species interaction on the chobe river It's well known that baboon and impala often feed together, each adding extra security to the other. At this salt lick on the banks of the chobe river they didn't see the stroppy young bull approaching until the last moment. African bush elephant,Botswana,Geotagged,Loxodonta africana,babbon,botswana,chobe river,elephant,impala,namibia Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Species interaction on the chobe river

It's well known that baboon and impala often feed together, each adding extra security to the other. At this salt lick on the banks of the chobe river they didn't see the stroppy young bull approaching until the last moment.

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  1. This is very neat! I love species interaction, and three in one photo is really great! Good work! Posted 4 years ago
  2. Yup, this is really great! Posted 4 years ago
  3. Not only a photo, a full story. Awesome! Posted 4 years ago
  4. Great action shot! What an experience.
    Posted 4 years ago

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The African bush elephant is the larger of the two species of African elephant. Both it and the African forest elephant have usually been classified as a single species, known simply as the African elephant, but recent evidence has seen the forest elephant classified as a distinct species . Some authorities still consider the currently available evidence as insufficient for splitting African elephants into two species.

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Uploaded Jan 21, 2015. Captured in C49, Kanono, Namibia.