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2011, Scenery

Chris Swindal - The water for the Okavango Delta originates in Angola about 600 miles northwest of BotswanaRos Smith and Maurice Scheetz - An aerial view from ballooning over the dunes of the Namib Desert, which developed over millions of yearsArt Meyer - It takes six months for the rainy season floodwaters from Angola to reach Botswana's Okavango Delta
Cheryl Hillery - Ballooning on the Maasai Mara takes place at dawn before the earth heats up and thermal winds are createdCheryl Hillery - Tanzania's Tarangire National Park is famous for its baobab trees which endure drought conditions by storing up to 32,000 gallons of water in the tree's trunkBob Stauber - 150 million gallons of water per minute crash over Victoria Falls during peak floodwaters in mid-April
Warren Cohen - Wild dog are silhouetted by the setting sun in BotswanaWarren Cohen - Victoria Falls, known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (Smoke that thunders), was discovered in 1855 by Scottish explorer, David LivingstoneLew Gantwerk - A giraffe takes a break in the shade along an airstrip in Kenya's Maasai Mara
Tim Fleeger - Botswana's Okavango Delta covers over 6,000 square-miles of lagoons, floodplains and islandsTim Fleeger - The spray from Victoria Falls creates a constant rainbow, visible even during a full moonFabienne Girad - An iconic moment on safari is discovering a leopard sleeping on a tree limb
Manny Gutierrez - A pink sea of flamingoes on Lake Nakuru, KenyaJared Flinn - An umbrella tree (acacia tortilis) is a hearty drought resistant tree and provides much needed shade on the Serengeti