The Word chosen for us this week begins with W. As usual I have searched through my Africam archives for my pictures.
My first selection is a couple of photographs taken at Cat Eye pan of a family of Warthogs. They are not the most beautiful members of the pig family but fascinating all the same. Their curved tusks are used to dig up roots and can grow into dangerous weapons. During fights their faces are protected by protruding pads on either side called Warts, hence their name.