Thorsten Hanewald

Camera: Canon EOS R5

Lens: Canon EF 200-400Ext1.4

Aperture: 5.6

Shutter speed: 2/1600s

ISO: 400

Description: Lions killed a buffalo in the night and ate most of it. The leftovers are now used by the vultures

Story from behind the lens: Vultures play an important role in the Mara ecosystem. They are the health police, they use the remains of the prey left over from the large predators. In this way, they prevent any diseases from spreading. If there is a carcass somewhere, the vultures spot it from an extremely high altitude.