INTO THE WILD AFRICA… “Wild Animals portrayed.”


Wildlife Photography is one of the finest forms of photography that the maximum number of people love. The photographer should be brave enough to capture the wild animals in their own territory, which is in the Savannah’s or in the forest lands.

Wildlife photography is the one that people love the most in the photography field. One of the famous sites for Wildlife photography is “Masai Mara”, Kenya. The photos used in this “INTO THE WILD AFRICA” are completely captured in Kenya, Africa.

“Masai Mara”, Kenya, an African country is one of the famous locations for Wildlife. It is said to be one of the world’s largest animal reserves with 1,150 sq. Km width in the Great Rift valley in Narok country. It is globally famous for its population of the Lions, Cheetahs, Wildebeests, Leopards, Giraffes, Zebras, and many other animals.

Sly Scavenger: Vile African Hyena taking a glance while resting in Savannah.

In some Seasons more than 13 million Wildebeests, Zebras, and other animals migrate from the Savannah grasslands in Mara region to Tanzania crossing the Mara river and this migration is globally famous and it is known as the “Great Migration” which made Masai Mara special in Africa.


The Fast And Furious: One of the Zebras in the Crescent Island rushing towards its group.
Tallest Family Of Kind: The family of Masai Giraffe having their food together.
The Giant African Family: A family of African Elephants heading towards their destination.

We can find a huge number of animal species in Kenya. Crescent Island is one of the scenic places for the Wildlife enthusiasts where we can walk with animals.


Aquatic Monster: Hippopotamus is one of the deadliest animals with a tooth length of 15cms.
Mother With A Baby: Mother’s love is pure and unconditional.
The Poser: An African male Impala posing for the camera.


Greater Kuder: One of the animals from the Antelope family with stripes on its body.
Food Time: African Wilde Beest grazing in the plains of Crescent Island.
The Female Gang: A group of female Impalas is running after one another.
Togetherness: Two African Zebra were posing to the camera together.


Juvenile Topi Antelope: Baby Topi Antelope playing in Savannah (Grasslands).
The Lone Gazelle: An African Gazelle wandering alone in the Savannah.
The Fighters: Two African male Impalas were all set for their battle for the strongest.

Photographs & Text by Kasina Bhanu Prakash.

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