Hanneh Riley is amongst BBC News website readers who have sent in their pictures from Namibia's Etosha National Park which celebrates its centenary this month.
Zoe Roden has just returned from Etosha where she was lucky to spot a young leopard stalking a black-faced impala.
Safari guide Sam McConnell will not forget "sleeping under the stars and listening to the lions roar, the zebra bark and occasionally waking up with a honey badger sleeping on me".
He says there is a legend about an animal graveyard at Etosha's centre. David Gommeren, who took this photo, had to abort his trip when his 4X4 broke down.
Sabina Blackbird says the highlight was the waterholes where much synchronised drinking appears to happen.
Families tend to drink together. Sarah Williams captured these Oryx drinking in unison.
Aine & Ron Hickey captured what looks like a cross between a zebra and a donkey during their recent visit to the park.
Rohan White says this "immense communal bird nest that impressed me almost as much as the animals visiting the waterhole nearby".
This shot of a spectacular sunset with a silhouetted giraffe was sent in by Carol Butler.
This close up of giraffe looking out over the vast park which a vast saltpan at its centre was taken by Alex Songer.