The greater kudu thrives in the lush vegetation... But the flies are annoying!
Zebra stick to the more open grassy plains, where they can move quickly and freely.
Northern Botswana is hot for much of the year, the wetlands provide a welcome relief and the mud acts as a sunscreen.
Hippopotamus have very soft skin, they keep it out of the sun during the day by staying in water. They emerge to graze by night.
The wetlands also harbour a myriad of beautiful birds. This malachite kingfisher is on the lookout of small fish in the channel below.
African wild dog roam the Selinda Reserve, hunting in packs of up to twenty.
Hyena follow the wild dogs, hoping to benefit from the hunt.
The woodlands of Selinda Reserve provide an ideal habitat for leopard.
The Selinda pride consists of well over 20 lions. This pride has adapted to living in a wet environment, they have even been known to swim.
The Selinda pride is very successful and is bringing up a healthy next generation.
Large and intimidating, the Selinda adult makes don't live the the main pride but roam their domain together as a "coalition".