(P:\Africa\VideoStills) Dn-a1508.jpg (Thomson's Gazelle)
Thomson's Gazelle (Gazella thomsoni) is one of the best-known gazelles. It is named after explorer Joseph Thomson, and is often referred to as the "tommy". It is considered by some to be a subspecies of the Red-fronted Gazelle (Gazella rufifrons).
From: email@example.com (Darren New)
Subject: (P:\Africa\VideoStills) index11.gif (0/1) (314 K)
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2001 02:34:48 GMT
1508 is a thompson's gazelle.
1517 - Mom and baby
1526 - Those darned starlings again.
1528 - Synchronized scratching.
(I actually saw this coming and was ready for it. ;-)
1560 - More babons
1563 - "What kind of eagle is that, James?"
"A flying eagle." "Thanks, James!"
1564 - "Look, a leopard!" "That's not a leopard."
"It has spots. maybe it's a very tall leopard."
1567 - A silver-cheeked hornbill.
1568 et al - Very well-fed tree-climbing lions.
Kenya and Tanzania, Summer 2000.
Stills from digital video camera.
640x480 JPEG, mostly unretouched.
Missing numbers are due to chopping
out non-animal pictures (such as
scenery, plant life, etc.)
Released to the Public Domain,
but I would appriciate hearing about
commercial use of the photos.
-- Darren New.