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Chobe National Park

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On the east side of the “V”, lies the Chobe National Park. Now this is a place where we wanted to take the Tazz, but because the area is one big sand trap, we decided to do a boat tour instead. It was the right choice. As driving in the park would be similar as Etosha, going by boat allowed us to get right next to some of the premier animals. There was a grass island in the middle of the main river and lots of the big animals were holeing up there because the grass was green and tasty. Plus, the lions and leapords were no threat to eat them.

The S.S. Tazz.
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A big ass deer that looked like a big stick of Biltong (Jerky).
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Got Crocs?
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This was the biggest Croc I and Daniel had ever seen. It was massive and I had no doubt it could take down an elephant. When it slid into the water, everything ran. Even the ducks decided to head south.
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Need Hippos?
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Buuuufffaaalllooo.
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I see Elephants. All over.
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The End.
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