A collection of Lechwe photographs. It is a species of antelope, mainly found in floodplain areas in the South of Africa. In this portfolio, you have a view of the antelopes running or jumping through floodplains in the Okavango Delta. Indeed, they are clumsy runners. Therefore they use wetlands to escape their predators faster. Their hind legs are a bit longer than their front legs. That makes it easier for them to run in their natural habitat, the marshes. Lechwes are closely related to waterbucks. During the day, they in the shade. The lush aquatic greens and semi-aquatic grasses are their diets. Their activity is mostly during morning and evening time. In this portfolio of Lechwe photographs, you can license or purchase a photo print.