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Crocs of Katuma 1x47

The remote floodplains of Katavi National Park in the far west corner of Tanzania teem with incredible numbers of wildlife. A panoramic view of the big floodplains shows massive herds of elephants, buffalo and zebras. All the animals in the park depend on the Katuma River and its flood plains for their survival. During the dry season, pools of mud are the only visible evidence a river once flowed through these dust-filled riverbeds. In the quickly disappearing mud pools, catfish, hippos and crocodiles compete for the last nooks and crannies to escape the heat of the equator sun.