We met these little guys at the entrance to the Serengeti national park in Tanzania. Documentaries I had seen explained that baboons would tear your face off at the first opportunity, but we were surrounded by swarms of them and they were mostly quite standoffish around us. They were more interested in breaking into cars and rubbish bins to steal food, than messing with humans.


Near the entrance to Serengeti national park, I found a large number of chameleon’s hanging out on rocks. Unfortunately, they usually ran away whenever I tried to get near, but I did manage to snap this picture of one of these little beauties before it took off.

Zebras in Ngorongoro Conservation Area

I’ve always thought of zebra’s as majestic animals. I never thought I would think of them like sheep on the side of the road, but after four days of plodding through the Tanzanian wilderness, they had just become the standard animal that see everywhere. It seemed that no matter where you looked, there were zebra’s! They are still majestic animals though 😀