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Life in Chobe National Park



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One by one the herds entered the river, youngsters clinging to their mother's tails, and waded to the opposite shore. When they emerged their bodies bore the sharp line of the high water mark – two-tone elephants, black below and dusty grey above. As they disappeared into the forest we headed back to camp ourselves just in time to see hippos leaving the river for their turn to feed on the lush Chobe River grass.