***DIRECT SALES ONLY***PIC BY MICHAEL POLIZA/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Lake Bogoria. Many lesser flamingos have gathered here to create a pink carpet with a big hole in it. Flamingos avoid the hot springs that are found primarily on the west side of the lake. The water is too hot for them.) - This unique birds eye collection of amazing African wildlife from German photographer Michael Poliza, 58 was taken over several trips he made across the continent in the last 10 years. Photographer and travel designer, Michael moved to Cape Town, South Africa from Hamburg about 13 years ago and just started to goof around with his camera on safari. Michael challenged himself to take photos of lions and leopards with a difference so when he said the opportunity arose to go airborne he seized it to show animals from an alternative point of view.  SEE CATERS COPY. **UK USE AND SALES ONLY*****EDITORIAL USE ONLY***

Aerial view of African wildlife in all its colour and glory

This unique bird’s eye collection of amazing African wildlife from German photographer Michael Poliza, 58 was taken over several trips he made across the continent in the last 10 years. Photographer and travel designer,... read more>>

***DIRECT SALES ONLY***PIC BY MICHAEL POLIZA/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Lake Bogoria. Many lesser flamingos have gathered here to create a pink carpet with a big hole in it. Flamingos avoid the hot springs that are found primarily on the west side of the lake. The water is too hot for them.) - This unique birds eye collection of amazing African wildlife from German photographer Michael Poliza, 58 was taken over several trips he made across the continent in the last 10 years. Photographer and travel designer, Michael moved to Cape Town, South Africa from Hamburg about 13 years ago and just started to goof around with his camera on safari. Michael challenged himself to take photos of lions and leopards with a difference so when he said the opportunity arose to go airborne he seized it to show animals from an alternative point of view.  SEE CATERS COPY. **UK USE AND SALES ONLY*****EDITORIAL USE ONLY***
***DIRECT SALES ONLY***PIC BY MICHAEL POLIZA/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Cattle Egrets above Buffaloes in the Okavango Delta, Botswana ) - This unique birds eye collection of amazing African wildlife from German photographer Michael Poliza, 58 was taken over several trips he made across the continent in the last 10 years. Photographer and travel designer, Michael moved to Cape Town, South Africa from Hamburg about 13 years ago and just started to goof around with his camera on safari. Michael challenged himself to take photos of lions and leopards with a difference so when he said the opportunity arose to go airborne he seized it to show animals from an alternative point of view.  SEE CATERS COPY. **UK USE AND SALES ONLY*****EDITORIAL USE ONLY***
***DIRECT SALES ONLY***PIC BY MICHAEL POLIZA/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Elephants in the Okavango Delta, Botswana) -  This unique birds eye collection of amazing African wildlife from German photographer Michael Poliza, 58 was taken over several trips he made across the continent in the last 10 years. Photographer and travel designer, Michael moved to Cape Town, South Africa from Hamburg about 13 years ago and just started to goof around with his camera on safari. Michael challenged himself to take photos of lions and leopards with a difference so when he said the opportunity arose to go airborne he seized it to show animals from an alternative point of view.  SEE CATERS COPY. **UK USE AND SALES ONLY*****EDITORIAL USE ONLY***
***DIRECT SALES ONLY***PIC BY MICHAEL POLIZA/CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A Gemsbok herd in Namibia. Gemsbok are able to survive in even the harshest conditions thanks to an intricate network of blood vessels in the nose which cool down the blood supplied to the brain.) -  This unique birds eye collection of amazing African wildlife from German photographer Michael Poliza, 58 was taken over several trips he made across the continent in the last 10 years. Photographer and travel designer, Michael moved to Cape Town, South Africa from Hamburg about 13 years ago and just started to goof around with his camera on safari. Michael challenged himself to take photos of lions and leopards with a difference so when he said the opportunity arose to go airborne he seized it to show animals from an alternative point of view.  SEE CATERS COPY. **UK USE AND SALES ONLY*****EDITORIAL USE ONLY***

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Miracle kitten finds a new home

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Pearly whites: Macaque undergoes rigorous dental regime to fight gum disease

This monkey is so desperate to avoid the dentist's chair that she sticks to a strict TEETH BRUSHING regime. Angel Bullock, a 19-year-old Java Macaque, was recently diagnosed with gum disease and was proscribed a special mouthwash to treat the condition. Her owner, 46-year-old Teresa bullock, found that Angel hated having the mouthwash sprayed into her mouth, but w... read more>>