DreadLion Wildlife Safaris

I think she is trying to get through to him and not having a whole lot of success. That changed a little while later. If at first you don't succeed try try again. ... See MoreSee Less

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That was a crazy day. A python was on the road and going nuts. Striking at cars. A car revved past and he climbed inside my engine. When I opened the hood he was lying smack in the middle of the front end. As you can see from the video. Had to take him out. What a tense scene. Lol. ... See MoreSee Less

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This beauty loves to hang around by the road. She is such a lovely little leopard. ... See MoreSee Less

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Up on the top of the dune, was where we saw him first. Then he walked down towards the road and crossed. The early morning sunlight framed him and he looked neither left or right but walked straight ahead to the waterhole. ... See MoreSee Less

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She will be coming across the river when she comes. Well, not just her, the whole ladies club is on it's way. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dawn in the Kgalagadi and the icon is at the waterhole. Oryx or Gemsbok as they are sometimes called epitomise the wildlife in the desert park. ... See MoreSee Less

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@ male lions on a buffalo kill in the Kruger. Buffaloes are not easy prey, they are powerful, bold and worthy opponents in a fight. So these two had their work cut out for them. ... See MoreSee Less

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FOUND THESE BOYS HIDING IN THE BACK OF MY COMPUTER. JOCKS? KRUGER H3. ... See MoreSee Less

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These are the kind of roadblocks we want to see daily. Nkhuhlu pride enjoying the early morning sun. ... See MoreSee Less

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Oh dear, seems like there are a whole bunch of people double-parked and then there is some sort of demonstration and I can't get to work. OH Oh... sorry this Is work. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Northern Sabi sands. Nkuhuma pride on the road. ... See MoreSee Less

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Was watching a female and her cubs up on a kopje in Kruper Park. She suddenly disappeared from there and then reappeared to hunt around the base, an impala was unlucky enough to catch her attention. This was the takedown, then she dragged t off under some bushes to feed. Came right past me. Amazing sighting. S1 Sep '20. ... See MoreSee Less

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She was in a thicket and barely visible with the dense foliage around her, and then to our luck she started descending. Looking around very carefully and we thought it was because lions had passed this way earlier. We were wrong, cuz lo and behold as she came down there was movement behind her and another form came into partial view. Then she got really agitated and bared her teeth and growled at us. We were a good 30m away, but she was not ok with that. Another snarl, and she and the little guy jumped down into the riverbed and were lost from view. Was a great view while it lasted though. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sable antelope are not seen readily and though they are found, it's not a common sight. This little group was in the Sabie riverbed one morning and I was able to get a few photos. ... See MoreSee Less

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I have been posting fairly regular things and today I was going thru my photos and thought I could share some rather different animals than I usually do. This is a Lesser Bushbaby. A resin and insect-eating primate that is nocturnal. We don't see them in the daytime hardly at all, they come alive and get active around twilight and live high up in the trees. This little fellow saw my bag of chips from his perch and decided to come and investigate on the balcony where I was sitting in my cabin at Kruger. Such a cute fellow. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lionesses with cubs. Seems the Mpondo male Sniptail has a new love interest. Lets hope he sticks around. ... See MoreSee Less

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Early last Saturday morning, I was waiting for guests, at the Kruger gate. Who do you think was sitting outside the gate right by the Kruger statue watching people checking in? No prizes for guessing. Then I found her here on river road waiting for us to come in and pay tribute. ... See MoreSee Less

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If looks could kill. River road S4. Early Saturday morning. ... See MoreSee Less

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First, we see her on the road, where she gives us a really great pose and eyeballs us as she gauges our intentions. then she goes up a tree and sits there surveying her domain. beautiful cat. ... See MoreSee Less

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S65 in the Kruger is a favorite road of many. Certainly, the past few days have been very exciting and rewarding there. These youngsters have been the star attraction. ... See MoreSee Less

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Watching a python climb up a tree is pretty fascinating and especially so if you are 8 feet away from a 14-foot python. One shady day at Kruger ... See MoreSee Less

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Email: dreadlionsafaris@gmail.com
Phone: +27 60 481 4241