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Chobe National Park 2005

Chobe National Park, in northeastern Botswana, has the world's largest population of African elephants with between 35,000 and 55,000, depending on the seasonal movements. The Chobe River, which is shared with Namibia, offers excellent wildlife viewing opportunities by boat.
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Skull of an elephant that died last year
Skull of an elephant that died last year
Elephants in the Chobe River
Elephants in the Chobe River
Kudu buck leaving the riverfront
Kudu buck leaving the riverfront
Puku with elephants in the distance
Puku with elephants in the distance
Giraffe at Chobe
Giraffe at Chobe
Giraffe drinking from the Chobe River
Giraffe drinking from the Chobe River
Giraffes, Chobe National Park
Giraffes, Chobe National Park
Giraffes, Chobe National Park
Giraffes, Chobe National Park
Elephant browsing away from the river
Elephant browsing away from the river
Elephant
Elephant
Herd of Greater Kudu does and young
Herd of Greater Kudu does and young
Greater Kudus, Chobe National Park
Greater Kudus, Chobe National Park
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