Views from the plane between the camp CESNA Savute Elephant Camp by Orient Express in Botswna, in the Chobe National Park and Camp Eagle Island Camp by Orient Express Camp, outside the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. Mammals: the Big Five and the Seven Elephants in the Okavango Delta. These terms tend to be used in Africa to set animals more attractive for visitors. The two overlap, and the big five every tourist looking for: the lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo, join cheetah and wild dog, to give rise to the Seven (the magnificent seven) that few can see in the wild. Okavango Lions are famous for their size and strength, and it is said they are the only swimmers lions exist because they are forced to do so when the summer the leaves grown in islets isolated antelopes and impalas, their usual prey, leave. The Chief Island in the Moremi National Park, there is a small population of lions in decline that feeds exclusively on buffalo. An estimated twenty lions are beset and harassed by a thousand buffalo face planted them. These cats are extremely muscular, because black buffalo hunting requires a huge fortress. Several lions, lionesses generally, attack the herd in search of exemplary weaker, but when it is attacked and lying on the ground, the rest of the pack is back and with horns and legs turn to attack hunters. The result is a pride of lions in decline. Elephants are abundant in the Okavango. Its advance signs are abundant everywhere: droppings, peeling or felled trees, paths of passing herds, which can be more than fifty individuals. It is easy to find on the shores of the islands, where the vegetation is more abundant and it is not uncommon to see males lonely little islets, browsing on trees. Elephants have no problems navigating a shallow water system like the delta. The leopard, the prince of the predators, is a lonely hunter very difficult to observe, because he lives in almost any habitat, hunting at night and hide during the day to sleep in the branches of trees, often large and thick foliage that completely hide except for a seasoned observer. Since there are not many and they are located, must rely on local guides to find them. Rhinos are scarce in Botswana because they have always been persecuted by man and not an animal that likes water, so can not take refuge in the marshes. In 2002, they were reintroduced to the Chief Island four white rhinos can be seen north of Eagle Island Camp. Black rhinos are endangered, but they are making efforts for recovery in the Khama Rhino Sanctuary in Botswana. The black buffalo (Syncerus caffer) live in areas with lots of pasture, water and shade, ie where median islands that make life of the herds. They are very dangerous in the wild. The wild dogs or wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) are extremely intelligent animals that hunt in packs and are enviable strategies that allow them to hunt antelope as large as the kudu, but they are too trusting with people and are in danger of extinction. The cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) is the fastest animal in the world. It is located in the most remote areas of the delta and is in danger of extinction in the wild, it is easy prey for predators such as lion or leopard. However, they have created at least five reserves in South Africa where they play smoothly because they are a profitable tourist attraction.