National Geographic

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“Sunrise during the rainy season can be spectacular. Early in the morning the black lechwe leave the swamps and walk onto the plain in their tens of thousands. During the day they spend their time foraging going back into the swamps again at night. They spend their nights in the swamps for protection against predators such as hyenas.”

Ralf Mullers