NGORONGORO CRATER Ngorongoro Crater is an expensive place to visit, and time inside is limited, but the volume of wildlife inside is startling.Herds of zebra graze the plentiful grass, and provide food for predators like lions.Wildebest are also prey for lions.Gazelle and wildebeest graze, Ngorongoro crater.Vervet monkey in acacia tree.Zebras keep a safe distance from lions.A yellow billed stork takes flight, Ngorongoro Crater.A group of pelicans and a yellow billed stork feed.Zebras grzaing en masse.Zebras keep a safe distance from lions.A mass of flamingos on the lake. Tanzania is an important destination for flamingos.A buffalo sits while zebras graze, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.Our guide failed to see these two tuskers in the acacia trees. We rarely felt the services paid for were delivered in Tanzania. Hakuna matata....Ngorongoro Crater. An elephants watches us as he eats.The thorns on acacia trees are no obstacle for hungry elephants.Crested storks take flight.Secretary bird.Lots of these fellas means lots for the predators to eat.Up close and personal with a yellow billed stork.Wildlife as far as the eye can see.They don't actualy bury their heads in the sand.Actually the only warthog picture I appear to have. Strange, as they are really common.Baboons.Our last view of the crater.