Jason Edwards, wildlife photographer, travelled 12,000 kilometres through Africa. His journey took him through thick jungles, barren desserts, wild grasslands and muddy swamps. He slept high in trees to avoid lions, and narrowly escaped an angry hippopotamus.
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