Although no successful interviews with the mafia-members, at least you got a few good tail-shots Bushbuddies!
Indeed impressive horns these Waterbuck have! No wonder the mafia struggle to get one of them!
I love those heart-shaped noses of the young ones, and such a pretty face too!
What a great observation, hilda - never even noted the cute heart-shape of these little ones' noses!
Beautiful and innocent!
Carol g wrote:
Pity these guys aren't interested in your investigation, but they are all so beautiful, thanks for showing them all to us
Oh Carol g - what I would do to get these guys to look into my camera lens and talk to me...
Back again and what beautiful pictures once again.
Those Waterbuck shots are exquisite. Maybe we could rig up some sort of listening device between them.
I must say - the waterbuck along the S100 always look so majestic. Truly kings amongst their species!
Mafia gang not being as co-operative to do any interviews.
...Guilt written all over these
Those waterbuck are so
...Their fur coat always looks so soft and fluffy.
Oh so guilty those mafia-members - else why hide from me!
Could it be that the relentless questioning is starting to take a toll on the s100-mafia?
Their skittish behaviour is a definite give-away of guilt.
Keep it rolling detective....
Thanks, my friend, maybe we are starting to break them with all the questioning - so let the interrogation continue!
:mrgreen: Great "Investigation", Magic pics...........but be careful, everywhere.
Will be on the lookout - so true - this is a dangerous place to be in!
Those lions definitely have something to hide
Maybe if we keep on investigating - we'll get to what they're hiding...
Bushbuddies, some excellent sightings in this episode.
I tend to ageee with you, the mafia seems to hide something...'why turning their back on you every time you get closer....
make one wonder.
That waterbuck got some 'HORNS' WOW
. What a beautiful waterbuck and great photo.
Great photos again and seems you are getting closer to id some real suspects.
Definitely a "horny" waterbuck that one!
As a real life murder detective (hence tedredrum) I was drawn to your TR by its name. I just read all 15 pages in one sitting and was impressed not only with your investigative skills, but also your ability to accurately portray your findings to the jury, both in writing and in photographs. Amazing job! If you want to come to the USA I can find a job for you.
I don't know what exams Mr. Bushbuddies was studying for, but they sounded important. Well done to him as well.
Thank you for sharing your trip with us.
Well, what a compliment from a guy who works in the field!
Thank you, Daron!
To tell you the truth, when I'm not in Kruger solving crimes, I actually work with a different form of investigation altogether. Patients come to me, telling me their complaints, I then question them further to try get every clue from their history. Next comes a thorough examination - looking, listening and feeling for more clues. This is then followed, if more clues are necessary, by special investigations, labwork, imaging... all to finally get to the true diagnosis. Really - being a family doctor is very similar to detective work in many ways!
And the hubby's in the same field. He just specialised and completed his final exams in anaesthesiology.
But detective - please do enlighten me - I am unaware of the meaning to you forum alias - tedredrum?
Meandering Mouse wrote:
Oh dear, this is clearly a case of stumbling on families that kill
It is a good thing, unless you are a well seasoned homicide detective
, to keep out of killing range.
Superb spotting abilities.
This certainly deserves a promotion.
Well, ms Mouse, I must thank you for your kind compliments! I do hope that the promotion involves more work out in the field. I'd love to get my hands busy with another case soon...
Cape of Storms wrote:
Love the Mafia!!!
Don't we all!
Pumbaa - even a bumshot is good if it is a lion's bum you're getting, hey!
Found time to respond again,
Your investigation has not missed one aspect, job well done!
Love your ground hornbills and great that you managed to spot some jackals, especially your first SSJ.
Lovely captures of the baboons and the vervets and that male waterbuck is a lovely specimen.
Hmm the male kitties aren’t very cooperative, looking very guilty.
Not to forget, great photography.
Well, thank you, t-bal!
Glad you are still with the investigation...
Again the true king of the jungle proved himself to be superior to the lions.
I think we can safely deduce that everything we are told should not be believed without the evidence...and the evidence right here proves who the true king is
There are quite a few with impressive sets of horns!
And what and impressive set indeed!!
Very nice set of horns - the mafia should be scared indeed!
And the true king has much less of an attitude about it then the one we are believed to be king!
Awesome lion sighting on the S100
. We don't have much luck on the S100. It seems that all the animals decided to visit other area's of the park when we drive there
Thanks for sharing
barryels - all I can tell you is to try and try again. But I must admit, I've got my roads in KNP that have never delivered as well. May I NEVER hear of a cheetah sighting on the S28. We've driven that road like a million times in search of cheetah, but never been lucky!
And here she is - the great detective who has managed to catch the Addo-mafia time and again!
Maybe they would have been more cooperative if I had Spots with his shirt on in the vehicle...