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It has been dubbed the 8th natural wonder of the world and it once had a peak as high as Mount Kilimanjaro. The super volcanoe that erupted some two to three million years ago and which formed the Ngorongoro Crater, the largest crater of its kind in the world is also a world heritage site. No Europeans are believed to have set foot in it until 1892 and only 12 miles in diameter, the crater is Gods own game reserve. Filled with thousands of wild ungulates, and free ranging big five, the elephant bulls and black rhinos come and go, moving between the crater and the Serengeti. The 600m high walls means that the breeding herds of elephant remain at the bottom as the babies, born on the crater floor, cannot negotiate the steep walls. The Ngorongoro Crater is a marvel to behold and standing on its rim has to be one of the best views on offer anywhere in Africa. Down below it is the proverbial Garden of Eden and all that is missing is giraffe, their long spindly legs cannot carry them down the crater walls. In this portfolio simply titled Africas Eden I share with you my favourite photographs from the Ngorongoro Crater.
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