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Waiting and Capturing Elusive Wildlife Animals in Natioanl Park[1] author: George Turner (UK)
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Description For months, wildlife photographer George Turner went to the Ruaha National Park in Tanzania to get a shot of the elusive animals. Fueled by his love of the natural world, George Turner patiently waited day after day before finally capturing this magical image of those hunters asleep in his favorite acacia tree.

Apart from the leopard, George Turner has also utilised his lens to capture other wildlife animals tell important stories in a meaningful way. His passion lies in utilising creative to inspire change, particularly around the most pressing conservation issues that currently face us all.

More information at georgetheexplorer.com

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