Sai Kiran Bhagavatula

Camera: Canon EOS R5

Lens: EF 300mm F-2.8 USM IS II

Aperture: f/2.8

Shutter speed: 1/1600

ISO: 1600

Description: A just born Topi picked up by a Hyena early in the morning in Masai Mara

Story from behind the lens: Out in the wild, where life and death are a never-ending story, those who study wildlife know they can only watch, not interfere. Picture this: A tiny Topi, just born, was lying helpless on the dusty ground. But as evening fell, a cunning Hyena approached, hunger in its eyes.

With a sudden leap, the Hyena attacked, ending the Topi's short life. Nature's harsh reality unfolded before us, reminding us how survival works in the wild. We, the observers, could only watch, powerless to change the script of life and death in the wilderness.