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Africa Geographic Travel

Wild meerkats in the flatlands of Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Pans will use just about any lofty perch to keep a lookout for danger. These highly social animals forage in family groups and take predator-watching duties very seriously.

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Christian Boix, Africa Geographic Travel director, and a group of guests were enjoying observing and photographing these fascinating characters when one chose him as his predator lookout platform of choice.

Footage courtesy of Christian Boix, Africa Geographic Travel

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Adie Ceruti grew up in Kyalami and has always been on outdoor person with an incredible love for horses for as long as she can remember. She has been involved with Africa Geographic since 1998 and is as passionate about her work, as she is for the African continent. In her spare time, she enjoys photography and competing on her horse in show jumping competitions.

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