It's too young
She is now...
Here's the other one
Everybody see OK?
Leopards have really rough tongues
She's grooming, obviously
You can see every now and then looks like she's nibbling
It may be a little tick on the little one
The reason why they have such rough tongues
is that leopards can't eat bone
They can't eat all the bones of the animal
so they use the tongue, the rough tongue to lick all the meat, so they don't waste it
And you'll often find different pray species together, here
In the movies...I'm sure you have watched Animal Planet or things like it
you often see zebra and wildebeest together. Two reasons:
First of all is anti-predator. Wildebeests have better hearing than zebras.
And zebras have better eyesight than wildebeests
so the two work together
The other one is when it comes to the feeding habits
Wildebeests like eating grass a little bit longer than zebras
so you'll often find the wildebeests feed and afterwards the zebras feed
...for guys, one guy needs to go to the toilet, you need to go, you just go
And the impalas will act exactly as the human beings.
If the ladies need to go to the toilet, they want all the ladies friends to go with them.
You can see all there. One goes, all go now
Again, that's just more, dumping the scent in one area and then move on
I think we picked down one in musth. We'll let him feed and he will come towards us
You can see, he is sort of fast learner on the power he has over the rest of the elephants
Is he a boy? He's a boy...
You see, he walked straight past those two young males. He'll probably will go to those females....
Like I said, at fifteen they keep that, but this guy is maybe just eight or nine years old
Any time we find a big bull like that
inside a herd like this....he is in musth. He is really, really in musth.
Musth is... a, a big testosterone....boost.
that male elephant gets himself in when...
he feels unease
He's pretty much the oldest and strongest bull around
That is a waterbuck, yeah
Steenbok means "Stone buck"
Because they are so well camouflaged, that they say they look like a stone when they lay down.
You can see he scracthed the ground
digging a hole
You can see, he is actually burying his urine.
See that? Burying his urine. A very clean antilope.
They have no scent. They are burying the urine like that and they're always grooming themselves.
So it helps them to camouflage
Hello! How you guys are doing? Good and you?
There are many, many buffalos. Thanks, mate.
All right. We're gonna carry on going. There's part of the herd just in front. These are moving towards the ..., ok?
This is the tail of the herd. The herd's still going.
What I'm gonna try to do is to get a gap
A little red billed oxpecker cleaning his nose for him
Stay here baby!