The Jack Russell of the Kruger

November 18, 2019 1 min read

The Jack Russell  of the Kruger

It was during a trip to the Kruger National Park when we visited a waterhole located between Sirheni and Punda Maria. As a result of the severe drought in the region the dam had turned into a mud bath. A large variety of animals frequented this spot seeking to quench their thirst. Some ventured into the dam while others tried to extract a bit of water from the surface of the mud around the edges of the pool.


We spotted a warthog that behaved as if the pool belonged to him. He was chasing all and sundry away from the water. He didn’t care who he faced up to. Size simply didn’t matter to him... Read more in Photo Tales

Story by Louis & Ina Taljaard



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