Tarangire National Park, is in northeast Tanzania and located in the Manyara region. It is named for the Tarangire River that passes through it. It is home to a wide range of flora and fauna.
1: Some wildebeest lounging under a baobab tree. Both are peculiar to look at.
2: A dazzle of zebra, hanging out by the water of the Tarangire river, with some elephant in the background.
3: An adorable zebra foal with the characteristic brownish tint stripes and fuzzy fur coat.
4: A meme-worthy photo of a pair of giraffes.
5: A dominate male impala with his harem nearby. We saw a herd of bachelors about a mile away, the poor lads.
6: And of course, who doesn’t like babies? This impala calf appears to be on high alert!
7: Impala sisters grooming each other.
8: A lone female (I think) elephant wandering the landscape.
9: A waterbuck defiantly looks at me. Only the males have horns.
10: A few helmeted guineafowl with their distinctive spotted plumage and blue heads. They are a popular source of food for humans and can be domesticated.