African (Cape) Buffalo

© Wally Orlowsky

African (Cape) Buffalo

Uploaded: March 10, 2017 | Entered: March 10, 2017 08:00:33


For PG 101 Wildlife (not at zoo) theme
These wild herbivores are considered one of Africa's most dangerous beasts. They will kill humans with little provocation. Taken at Serengeti National Park in Tanzania


Amanda D. Austwick level-classic March 10, 2017

Great detail and processing Wally! #1681362

Mitch Spence level-classic March 10, 2017

Lots of power in the animal and the image, Wally. How wonderful it must have been to see such things in the wild. #11570395

Michele Peterson level-classic March 10, 2017

They kill humans so easily? I wouldn't be photographing them! Wonderful image, however, and such interesting details. #11570565

Terry A. Stoa level-classic March 11, 2017

Nice one, Wally. Their looks scares me enough to stay away. #11570647

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