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Ingestion_path African National Parks/SAN Parks
Credit Line SAN Parks / Independent Photographers /
Pixel Size 5523 x 3599
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Collections Independent Photographers
Browse_path African National Parks/SAN Parks
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Description A herd of Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius) in the Olifants River, of the Kruger National Park. The Kruger National Park is South Africa's world-renowned flagship game reserve covering some 2 million Ha and home to impressive biodiversity including some 336 tree, 49 fish, 34 amphibian, 114 reptile, 507 bird and 147 mammal species. The park was proclaimed in 1898 to preserve the wildlife of the Lowveld region of what is now South Africa's Mpumalanga province in response to the threat of excessive hunting.
Creation_date 2009-05-15T10:11:27
Property Release PR-NON
Subcollections SAN Parks
Royalty Free no
Populated 1
Media Type image
Orientation landscape
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Model Release MR-NON
Media Id 445_11
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