The Samburu Reserve is located in the middle of the country in a semi-desert zone. It has several new species that we had never seen up to now.
In the morning, we surprised this caracal which is the African version of our lynx. It a species that is hard to observe.
The Waller's gazelle, or gerenuk, is a curious antelope that tries hard to be a giraffe.
Why? Because it feeds on leaves from acacia just like the giraffe and also because it has a long neck allowing it to reach the leaves of the acacia trees.
Imagine being in a Godzilla movie searching for this giant.
It is an elephant's footprint in the mud. It has slipped and consequently, the footprint seems wider than normal.