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The African Savanna
The African Savanna is a rolling tropical grassland dotted with tress and lying in central and southern Africa. It has the largest diversity of hoofed animals in the world including antelopes, wildebeest, buffalos, zebras, elephants, and rhinoceros.
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Zebra Grevys by Marina Cano Zebra Grevy by Marina Cano Always Here by Jorge Llovet
The Watering Hole by Jonathan Sanders Camel Crossing by Jonathan Sanders Four Elephants by Jonathan Sanders
Four Elephants by Jonathan Sanders Zebras by Marina Cano Three African Elephants by Jonathan Sanders
The Patriarch by John Banovich Asian Elephant by Britt Freda Sumatran Elephants by Britt Freda
Ivory Towers by Britt Freda Pilgrimage by Karen Hollingsworth Safe Passage No. 2 by Karen Hollingsworth
Eternal Companions by Duy Huynh Zebra Butts by Courtney Lawhorn Zebra Head by Courtney Lawhorn
Camouflage I by Susann Parker Camouflage II by Susann Parker Elephant by  PhotoINC Studio
Giraffe by  PhotoINC Studio Visit the Zoo by  Unknown Grant's Zebra, Masai Mara, Kenya by Frank Krahmer
African Elephants, Okavango, Botswana by Frank Krahmer African Elephant, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania by Frank Krahmer The Ivory Elephants, 1927 by Frank McIntosh