After six fascinating days of various exciting Big Five (and more) sightings at Londolozi, Teri and I were sad to be preparing to leave back home. While saying our goodbyes around the lunch area at Founders camp, we took a last peek at the beautiful bush landscape and saw an odd occurrence of a croc happily resting his head on the shell of a terrapin on a lone rock in the middle of the Sand River. I started to take pictures of what seemed to be a rare but mutually agreeable interaction.The pose did not last too long once a second terrapin decided to join the party. Just another of the many sightings that make Londolozi such a magical place.
Written and Photographed by: Rob Tlumak.
Awesome pics. Lovely interaction between the animals
Thank you. Lucky sighting & terrapins to it seems. Hope you had a safe trip home. Look forward to more posts 🙂
Wow, great photos! You never know what you will be lucky enough to capture a photo of while at Londolozi! There are always amazing sightings wherever you look!
Thank you Rob – I’m just imaging all the fun you were having watching and photographing this experience!!
What a splendid interaction. Just lovely. Londolozi never cease to amaze. Divine.