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#TheTravelingJournalProject: The Ngorogoro Crater Adventure

Continuing with its African adventure, The Traveling Journal Project experience the wildlife in the Ngorogoro Crater.

This is the note from its current keeper:

“Vår siste dag på safari dykket vi ned i det enorme Ngorogoro-krateret som er hjemmet til flere tusen ville dyr. Solen snek seg gjennom skyene og kaste et lys over savannen. Vi startet jakten på dagens viktigste dyr – neshornet!”

(Our last day on safari we dive into the vast Ngorongoro Crater which is home to thousands of wild animals. The sun crept through the clouds and cast a light on the savanna. We started the search for the most important animals – rhino!)

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“Ngorogoro-krateret hadde flere overraskelser. Vi fant tre løvinner som spiste på en gnu de hadde felt i morgentimene. De var allerede gode og mette, men en av dem hadde fremdeles nok apetitt til å gi oss noen gode bilder.”

(Ngorongoro Crater had more surprises. We found three lionesses who ate at a wildebeest they caught in the morning hours. They were already good and satisfied, but one of them still had enough appetite to give us some good pictures.)

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And…as part of every adventure, things do happen unexpectedly…but that is the beauty of it, more stories to tell and to pass on (unless there are lions around the corner).

#TheTravelingJournalProject: The Ngorogoro Crater Adventure

The Traveling Journal Project: The Ngorogoro Crater Adventure

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