Flap-neck chameleons are fairly common and provide great photographic subjects. Their striking colors often contrast sharply when crossing gravel roads, as is the case in the above photograph.
During summer thunderstorms flying ants emerged in large numbers at the Addo Elephant National Park. These were rapidly snapped up by waiting birds, frogs and small mammals that made the most of protein feast. Many of the flying ants were also trapped in the numerous orb-spider webs that were heavily laden with water droplets.