You may be aware that buffalo horns are made up of densified hair.... well there appear to be some hair styles as well- as evidenced by the middle buff's 'bouffant'. This could be in response to horn damage when young.
I don't know the common name or genus-species, but If I were to name it afresh I'd call it the African Gold-Eye Frog. Anybody care to ID it for me? Photographed in a small permanent spring on the Laikipia Plateau, north of Mt. Kenya.
Along with the Go-Away Bird, this Red Billed Hornbill is a common camp follower in the scrubby dry areas of Kenya. The hornbill has an interesting nesting tactic- sealing the female with mud in a hollow tree. The male feeds her and young through a small hole until young are ready to fly.
Second pic of three in this series. Some males bite the lioness' nape when mating.... this one is more affectionate. Lions mate every 15 to 20 minutes for up to three days. The lioness is an 'induced ovulator'- requiring the stimulus of repeated copulation to release ova.