Barry is particularly proud of the picture below, given the timing plus horizon zebras.
I was infatuated with ostrich feet.
Check out the warthog's facial wattles! I just learnt that wattles are similar to caruncles and dewlaps, which are often meant purely to impress the ladies!
We had troubles taking some animals as seriously as others, including this crested crane, which has a red inflatable throat pouch - which you can imagine would come in handy.
Similarly-endowed are the brightly-coloured safari posers, seen here with culturally-appropriating braids, cameras to instaglam things they can't actually see, and soft, inflatable egos.
I'm pleased to learn that lions are as photogenic as I am.
Did you say photogenic?
Who needs wattles when you can accessorize with mud and parasite-eating birds?
And a skull so heavy no one can eat it.
Did you say heavy?
A reminder of why good dental hygiene is important!
Hippos mainly stay in the water to avoid overheating their sensitive pink bits.
Elephants, on the other hand, come to water so that I can watch them frolicking, ideally all day long.
Poor Demi, here, got her trunk caught in an evil snare, but luckily she's still healthy, years later!