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A group of lions lie on the grass in Namibia

Pride of lions resting during a storming evening

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Etosha National Park in Northern Namibia is one of the greatest places in Southern Africa to see wild cats in action.

On the east side of the park there is a pride of lions that have become well-known with wildlife photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. It is the Chudop pride. When we visited last, we spent 4 days in the area and each morning we found that they had made a zebra kill. The leftovers made excellent  meals for scavengers like hyenas, jackals, and vultures to clean up.

This is also where I photographed one of my favorite shots, the zebras on a stormy afternoon.

Have you visited Etosha?