National Geographic : 1956 Aug
© National Geographic Society 269 Walter A. Weber + Solemn Storks Guard Their Dinner from a Company of Bold Robbers Grotesque Marabous fill throat pouches with meat from a wart hog's carcass. African Black Kites swoop in ahead of African White-backed Vultures to steal morsels, but stay clear of threatening beaks. - Page 268: Among the first heralds of the dawn are the trumpeting West African Crowned Cranes. Except when flying, the yard-high cranes carry straw-colored topknots erect. Below, hippopotamuses feed in Lake Iro.