More critters seen on Road-trips in Namibia - most of the pics were taken on my last trip from the North:
A desert Dung Beetle with it's find - if I remember correctly this specimen was pulling the dung along, unlike most Dung Beetles I've seen which roll a ball and push it backwards with their hind legs.
En route to Büllsport early in the morning, this African Wild Cat ran across the road ahead of me and sat peering from the grass - it's the first time one has crossed my path.
A blow-up of the big-eared kitty - these wild cats interbreed with domestic cats.
A fuzzy shot of a dishevelled-looking Bat-eared Fox scurrying for the safety of the long grass - another 'first sighting' for me.
An unidentified Bird Of Prey soars above me.
A lone White Horse stands lost in the landscape.
A small herd of Springbuck stop to check me out.
A 90mm long Scorpion near the Orange River - you don't want to get zapped by this specimen - small pincers, fat tail = bad news.
A small herd of Mountain Zebra in he Namib Nauklauft Park. There are two species of Zebra in Namibia, the other being the Plains Zebra, which is found mainly in the Etosha National Park.
Two Zebras, One Ass.
I saw these animal symbols on a touring Camper-home in Grootfontein - it reminds me of the fighter pilots of old who put symbols of their 'kills' on their planes - is this guy trying to say that he's bagged all these beasts with his awesome caravan?
Animals On The Road
Driving in Namibia - Animals On The Road