Female waterbuck. Folklore says the white ring encircling their rump was made by an angry villager who threw a tin of paint at a waterbuck when she knocked over all his pots of paint and ruined his hard work. The waterbuck found her new white circle helped her young follow her at night and decided to keep it.
impala ram and faithful oxpecker companion. A common prey species for almost all carnivores, the are considered the 'mcdonalds' of the bush and even have black 'M' markings on their rump.
When this elephant was younger, he lost one of his trunk 'fingers' to a snare. African elephants have two fingers on the tip of their trunks they can pinch to pick up objects. In contrast, asian elephants only have one finger and must wrap their trunk around objects.
Galagos, also known as greater bush babies or nagapies (little night monkey in Afrikaans). They have large, thick toe pads to hep them grip branches and mark their territories by urinating on their feet to leave markings as they move through trees