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Blesbok

A subspecies of the Highveld, this grazer is capable of withstanding cold. Both sexes carry horns and are highly territorial. When disturbed they run upwind in single file.


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Bushbaby, Lesser Galago

These endearing nocturnal animals are frequently seen on evening drives in their favourite surroundings - branches - to which they will leap a full 5 m when in good shape.


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Bushbuck

These shy medium sized antelope prefer lush riverine vegetation as their habitat and vary in colour from fawn to a rich red-brown. The stripes and spots which break the continuum of the body outline serve as excellent camouflage when these antelopes ...


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Camphor trees

This tree is an evergreen tree growing 10-26m high with a dense canopy. It has smooth bark which is green becoming rough, scaly and brownish-grey. Trunk becomes massive and spreading at its base. The leaves reddish when young turning glossy bright gr...


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Caracal

This cat is medium-sized, reddish brown in colour with faint orange white spots and unique black tufts on its ear tips. To communicate these animals purr, tweet, growl and hiss when threatened. Should you be fortunate to spot one (they are nocturnal ...


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Chacma Baboon

Unpredictable activity makes baboons different from most African wildlife. Apart from rising well after dawn, going to roost before dark, grooming and socialising mainly before and after foraging, a troop may be active at any time of day. Baboons are...


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Cheetah

Elegant and determined, the cheetah is the fastest land mammal on earth. This slender, long-legged diurnal predator hunts its prey by chasing it down in short bursts of speed that may reach up to 100 km/h, steering and balancing its body with its lon...


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Civet

Mainly carnivorous these animals have attractive bushy coats, spotted on the body with stripes on the legs and a bushy tail. Secretive and nocturnal, they lie up during the day in tall grass, bush-reed beds and holes in the ground. The civet secretes...


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Duiker, Grey/Blue

A browser of leaves and fruit, this is the smallest antelope species in Africa. They are well adapted to living in forests, drink regularly and lie up during the day. They mark territories with secretions from facial glands. A muchpoached species, t...


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Eland

The largest antelopes in Africa, these animals move in herds of up to a thousand and are known for their agility and ability to jump a height of 2 m with ease. An interesting characteristic of an eland herd is that it includes a nursery for its calve...


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