Tour of Uganda IV – Ugandan Wildlife

You could read how we tracked the lions in the very first part of „Tour of Uganda I.“. Needless to say, the lions were the proverbial icing on the cake. However, elephants, hippos, crocodiles, wild pigs, monkeys, birds, Ugandan kob and crested crane – all symbols of Uganda – crossed our path while we traveled through the country. Among the most stunning of the Ugandan species, though, were surprisingly the zebras. Their stripes, which by the way are as uniquely individual as human finger prints, were quite breathtaking. Today's photo gallery is dedicated to Ugandan wildlife.

African elephant in Uganda
African Elephant

African elephant
African Elephant

Hippopotamus in Uganda

The most colourful animals in Uganda

Grey Crowned Crane
Grey crowned crane

Vervet Monkey
Vervet monkey

Happy hoping zebra
Happy hopping zebra

Zebras in Uganda


African Big Cattle
Ugandan Big Horn Cattle

African Eagles
African Fish Eagles

Baby Crocodile
Baby Crocodile

Marabout Stork in Uganda
Marabou Stork

The waterbuck in Uganda
The waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus) – an antelope 

More about Uganda, you can read here.

Photos: Martina Advaney

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