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The penultimate part of my Tanzania photo post. Find previous parts here; Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.




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Here's one of the sculptures I bought. I took these last night specifically to show here. :)


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A very unclear view of my elephant sculpture.


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View from the airplane.


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It looks like snoooooooooow :D


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Landing in Nairobi airport.


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More pictures of Ngorogoro Crater.


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Yay, lizard! :) Unfortunately in the hotel there was one like this, and we had to go to reception to ask for it to be taken out. We thought they'd take it outside, but the guy speared with something like a fire poker. :(


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This picture reminds me of "man's red flower" from the Jungle Book, even though that was fire! :P


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More hippos!


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The Serengeti.


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Haha, she was sitting right by the trucks, and wasn't even fussed, so it was nice to get this picture where she is looking directly at me.


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Aww, kitty is relaxing :D


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I wish we could have gotten closer to these elephants :(


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Mufasa seriously sat there the whole time like "meh". :D


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This is the closest we got to a leopard! Even some of the guides had never seen a leopard this close, and they were from Tanzania! Sadly, there are fewer and fewer leopards in the wild :(


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There's a cheetah somewhere in that tree :) Like the leopards, they were difficult to find, but we definitely saw more of the cheetah than the leopard.


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There he is :)


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I think this is a baby eland or something, not 100% sure.


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Zebra crossing!


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This is a hyrax.

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