Chobe National Park, Botswana 2021
A Hippopotamus clears the water from its nose as it resurfaces from the Chobe river. When re emerging from the water Hippos snort out the water from their nostrils, sending plumes of water into the air. Greeks named them the “river horse.”, with just their head above the water, and the sound of snorting, you can see why. Backlit by the early morning light, I love the tranquil scene, only interrupted by the burst of water. Able to stay submerged for up to five minutes, timing is challenging when capturing the precise moment.
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