Animal Movies from Southern Africa
28 December 2011 --- The most entertaining is the dung beetle rolling his ball complete with conversation with our guide, Chipo, on the game drive in Chobe National Park. <http://youtu.be/SJgQP-NCN2Y> <http://youtu.be/orUmymYF-XQ> <http://youtu.be/DieAtpetql8>
Impalas were the most numerous animals in Chobe National Park by far. Here is one nursing, one running, and several running <http://youtu.be/CzSAupyTr-8> <http://youtu.be/-4rjACzvK_c> <http://youtu.be/MAOfJUD2YcA>
Elephants were quite fun to watch. Here is a baby <http://youtu.be/xwn35NKfeMs>. When they are thirsty, the whole herd comes to the river to drink <http://youtu.be/CU8Hf3HMIf8> and swim <http://youtu.be/MNTSrHBLvCQ>.
But we spent the most time watching the baboons, especially the babies <http://youtu.be/j-3kGJhPwuI>. One day it was raining and the impalas were out in it like normal, but the baboons were huddled under a tree <http://youtu.be/TD94e1RLkxo>.