East Africa: Photos from the Tarangire Bush

Earlier this week, we went into the bush of Tanzania near Tarangire National Park to see some wildlife and learn about an innovative effort to protect some of the world’s most majestic mammals. We met up with American expat and conservationist Laly Lichtenfeld, who built the African People and Wildlife Fund to help rescue the area’s disappearing populations of lions, cheetahs and leopards. We’ll have much more to report on Laly and East Africa this weekend. In the mean time, here are our favorite shots from our safari—the Swahili word that simply means “journey.”

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