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Review: ‘Nature's Microworlds: Serengeti’
Although this half hour programme was first screened in July 2012, this is one repeat that is certainly worth a second look.
Photo: African python photographed swallowing wildebeest
Rudi Hulshof, manager of the Welgevonden Game Reserve, South Africa, snapped a photo of a python devouring a 2-month-old wildebeest calf. This is the first time an African rock python has been snapped eating a prey that size.
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A herd of wildebeest crossing a river during the Serengeti migration.
African python swallows wildebeest
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Wildebeest crossing the river.
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