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North Nigeria, adult male [?] wearing masquerade costume. Costume covered with fluffy or furry material, patterned panels at front. Mask has long horns and sharp teeth. Small group of adult males accompanying masquerader, male at right possibly playing percussion-instruments. Outdoor setting. Medium: Gelatin silver print.

https://flic.kr/p/QFMrYb | Barbary Sheep ~ head- butt | the Barbary Sheep (Ammotragus lervia) is a wild sheep well adapated to its natural habitat of the desert mountains of Northern Africa ... during the mating season males are often seen sparring and head-butting in ritualized displays of strength ... they are a threatened species ... photographed at Adelaide Zoological Gardens, South Australia

Ancient Egyptian People -- Africa | 'A Valuable Veil'. For an Afar woman, putting on her jewelry is like wearing her bank account. In a strictly male-dominated culture, it is one of the few things a woman owns. Danakil Desert. | © Carsten Peter

**The male pennant-winged nightjar develops spectacular long white wing streamers during breeding season. This image of a breeding male was taken along the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika in the early morning.

8 African Wild Dogs safely relocated from South Africa to Botswana! The first 3 Wild Dogs (males) are originally from Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park and were darted and transported by Wildlife ACT co-founder, Chris Kelly, to meet the other 5 (female) Wild Dogs from Tembe Elephant Park, before being transported by the Bateluers plane to Botswana. All 8 Wild dogs are now in Northern Thuli Game Reserve where they are being held in a boma to bond. They will be closely monitored until their release.

8 African Wild Dogs safely relocated from South Africa to Botswana! The first 3 Wild Dogs (males) are originally from Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park and were darted and transported by Wildlife ACT co-founder, Chris Kelly, to meet the other 5 (female) Wild Dogs from Tembe Elephant Park, before being transported by the Bateluers plane to Botswana. All 8 Wild dogs are now in Northern Thuli Game Reserve where they are being held in a boma to bond. They will be closely monitored until their release.

8 African Wild Dogs safely relocated from South Africa to Botswana! The first 3 Wild Dogs (males) are originally from Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park and were darted and transported by Wildlife ACT co-founder, Chris Kelly, to meet the other 5 (female) Wild Dogs from Tembe Elephant Park, before being transported by the Bateluers plane to Botswana. All 8 Wild dogs are now in Northern Thuli Game Reserve where they are being held in a boma to bond. They will be closely monitored until their release.

8 African Wild Dogs safely relocated from South Africa to Botswana! The first 3 Wild Dogs (males) are originally from Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park and were darted and transported by Wildlife ACT co-founder, Chris Kelly, to meet the other 5 (female) Wild Dogs from Tembe Elephant Park, before being transported by the Bateluers plane to Botswana. All 8 Wild dogs are now in Northern Thuli Game Reserve where they are being held in a boma to bond. They will be closely monitored until their release.