Happy Wildlife Wednesday! This is the day that we celebrate animals and alliteration. These three beauties were captured by our Cannon at Lion Country Safari. Oh, and I must mention that this has to happen through glass, so if this was all official, I might have to mention that the lens included a filter of Chevy Venture glass.
Tapirs are definitely unique. They kind of represent the look that no one wants for their nose. I think nose jobs should be called Tapir-plasty rather than Rhino. I believe Rhinos are rather fond of their pointy horns. I get the feeling, however, that the tapir would welcome a panda nose. After all, who goes looking for a stuffed animal of a tapir on Valentine’s Day.
Below is a water buffalo and a random deer-like animal, the type that fills up these drive through animal parks. No one really remembers their name. Going there is like “Anti-Cheers” for the random deer-like creature. You can’t just have the lion, and a few zebras. Antelopes, zeeboos, and dik-diks are the parsley of play-parks.
Side note: That is not a horn coming out of the water buffalo’s nose. That is a horned deer-thingy in the background.
Any wildlife pics to share? I might run out here.