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The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(A) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania affords the visitor with unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(B) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania permits the visitor unequalled opportunities to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(C) The Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania gives the visitor the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without telephoto lenses.
(D) The visitor to the Lake Manyara Park in Tanzania has the unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.
(E) Even without the aid of telephoto lenses, the visitor to Tanzania’s Lake Manyara Park has an unequalled opportunity to photograph lions playing in trees.

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I think its (E) because in all the other options it seems that lions are using lenses.
Only in (E) it correctly mentions that visitor is using a lense
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A/B/C implies that the Lake is doing an action for the visitor.

In D vs. E, the modifier placed in the front is much clearer, and therefore is the best.

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IMO E.

In all the choice A,B,C,D it seems like the lions are playing in the trees without the aid of telephoto lenses.. This is wrong. Hence E. It is the visitors who are using the telephoto lenses and not the lions.

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