By Dan Levenson The CBC News staff are bringing you a series of photographs that explore Africa’s wildlife and habitats.
Here are some of the highlights from the series:A picture of the Mafatini crocodile.
This one was taken in the Serengeti National Park.
The Serengetsi has been called the “crocodile capital of the world”.
The African Elephant is the world’s largest land mammal and has been hunted for its ivory.
This animal was seen on the Serene Bay.
This is the largest elephant calf ever seen.
The giant hippopotamus, which is about 2 metres long.
This elephant calf was found in a zoo in Tanzania.
The African giraffe is one of the most endangered animals on the planet.
This rhino calf was born in a zoos in Kenya and had its horns removed.
This giraffe calf was captured in Kenya.
The great white shark, which has been documented in more than 150 different locations.
This is the male great white found off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa.
This female great white was photographed in the Kalahari desert in South Africa and had her teeth removed to stop her from eating her young.
The giraffe, the elephant and the rhino were all photographed in Kenya in April.