Saturday, 2 January 2016

Common Zebra Meets Rare Rhino In Ngorongoro


A common zebra feeds as a rare black rhino rests at the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania

One of the most fascinating aspects about spending time in the Ngorongoro Crater, is being able to witness how wildlife coexist in this 260 square kilometer ecosystem.  

Both predator and prey of similar and different species, compete with each other for food, water, space and mates as they live out their lives in an enclosed natural habitat that is virtually surrounded by a sheer wall over 600 meters high. Imagine yourself being in this enormous colosseum, where the circle of life plays out each and every day and you are right there with a front row seat to witness the spectacle... that is the beauty of ngorongoro conservation area, a place where both the common and the rare, can interestingly live out their lives together.


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