These videos were taken on our trip to Africa in 2016: most were taken using Mavis's Canon G16; the last two used my Canon 7d mark II. They're hosted on Youtube (see my Youtube channel) but this page shows them in higher resolution.
We were at Ngare Serian camp in the Masai Mara, Kenya, watching a pride of lions in the evening, and we noticed (and so did they!) a couple of warthogs approaching. Some of the pride circled round them and drove them into a trap. One was quickly killed and here you see them enjoying the fruits of their labours. The hyena and jackal in the background are also hopeful.
So close to the road they almost stopped us from moving
An elephant having a nice meal
A family of lions relaxing and washing
Male giraffes fight by swinging their necks and hitting each other with their horns. These two are probably just practicing rather than fighting for real.
A variety of vultures squabbling over a wildebeest carcase.
Loliondo camp in Tanzania is near a Masai village (Boma) and the people from the village like to dance for visitors
The men of the Masai (the warriors) like to demonstrate their jumping skill.
Possibly tsetse flies: they really nip when they bite you.
When a lioness is in season, they mate about every 15 minutes. That's why the lion looks tired and hungry.
Cubs like to sit on large rock and this shows them having a play with each other.
This adolescent male elephant was obviously a bit hot, so decided to take a cool shower from the small water hole.
Hyenas are often regarded as ugly animals, but we rather like them. These pups are probably about 4 weeks old.
A cheetah on the hunt in Lewa, Kenya
A cheetah at Ngare, Kenya seeing if there's anything to eat