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Hippos in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

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A bloat of hippopotamuses relax in a lagoon inside South Luangwa National Park in eastern Zambia. The
 

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July 14 · Issue #314 · View online
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A bloat of hippopotamuses relax in a lagoon inside South Luangwa National Park in eastern Zambia. The park, which spans 3,490 square miles (9,050 sq. km), is a world-renowned wildlife haven and one of Africa’s most popular sites for walking safaris. More than 60 different animal species and 400 species of birds call South Luangwa home.
13°08'24.4"S, 31°43'47.8"E

Source imagery: Patrick Bentley Photography

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