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Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda.

So this discussion has pretty much no relation to the animals we encountered on our game drive in Murchison Falls NP. But it’s what we talked about and I thought you might find it interesting, as I did. As far as the animals we encountered, most at very close range, the thrill hasn’t remotely left me after my experiences in South Africa. And a great triumph occurred, which is that I saw two leopards in a tree together. This was the one iconic animal I had very much wished to see in South Africa and did not. I felt very happy over this. They were quite far away and usually visible only in patches owing to the leaves of the tree branches on which they were residing. So my photos are hardly worth publishing here. Still, I was overjoyed to have seen them. Here is a brief recounting of some of the scenery and animals we met on our drive.


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