The Dark Side Of The Kalahari

The Dark Side Of The KalahariKALAHARI, SOUTH AFRICA – UNDATED: Two lions resting in the Kalahari, South Africa.

WILDLIFE photographer Hannes Lochner spent 750 days in the harsh surroundings of the Kalahari Dessert to chronicle the lives of female leopard Luna and her cubs. Lochner travelled 100,000km during his time at the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa, capturing stunning images of leopards, lions, cheetahs, spotted hyenas, brown hyenas and jackals. His images, collected in his new book ‘The Dark Side of the Kalahari’, reveal the awe-inspiring beauty and breathtaking diversity of life in the region., Place: South Africa, Model Release: No or not aplicable, Credit line: Profimedia.com, Barcroft Media

Lions

Traffic comes to a standstill as two lions decide to roll around in the middle of a road on the edge of the Nairobi National Park in Kenya. Commuters were forced to watch the ten-minute display, before the lions left the road.lionsPicture: Gareth Jones / Barcroft Media