Cape Town - It is no secret that with a visit to Kruger National Park, one is guaranteed a great time and, if lucky, an interesting wildlife spotting and seeing Africa’s large carnivores is always interesting.
Having experienced this is Field Ranger, Patrick Mziyako who describes the encounter as a "very rare sighting".
Mziyako was taking his guests for a ride when he captured the footage in Kruger, at Kwaggaspan Waterhole near Skukuza.
“I was on a morning game drive from Jock Safari Lodge when I saw a pack of 9 wild dogs lying down," he recalls. "As I approached the pack, four of them stood up and began walking around. They spotted a small herd of impala 100 meters away to the western side of the road and one wild dog started stalking them. Soon, the rest join in with the chase."
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