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Genet, Small Spotted

The nocturnal genet is mainly encountered at night. Living largely off young birds and eggs, there is a good chance of spotting this mammal up in the branches of a tree.


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Giant Eagle Owl

As Africa’s largest eagle-owl, the giant eagle-owl is one of the continents most impressive birds of prey. The giant-eagle owl is an imposing bird, with conspicuous ear tufts, and distinctive pink eyelids, on a whitish facial disk rimmed with black...


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Giraffe

With their unusually long legs and neck, giraffes are the tallest land mammals in the world and are able to reach those leaves and seed-pods of trees that their fellow browsers cannot. Giraffe are susceptible to attack by lion and many are killed eac...


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Haernertsburg

Known as the capital of the 'land of the silver mist' after T.V. Bulpin's famous book on the area, the picturesque village of Haenertsburg in the Magoebaskloof mountains is perched on the slopes of the Wolkberg and Drakensberg, offering tourists a wo...


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Heritage Day

Heritage Month represents an opportunity for South Africans to celebrate their rich and diverse cultural heritage. September marks national Heritage Month in South Africa. During this month tribute is payed to the crafters, many of whom are found in ...


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Hoedspruit

Bordering on the Kruger National Park, Hoedspruit lies in the heart of the central Lowveld and is conveniently situated to explore the many game lodges, game reserves and other attractions in the vicinity. Here towering cliffs meet endless expanses o...


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Honey Badger

Honey badgers are fearless, display considerable aggression and have a powerful bite. They are good diggers and are particularly fond of digging out hardened dung-beetle balls in search of larvae. They enjoy a wide variety of food, including reptiles...


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Hyena

Opportunistic hunters and scavengers, most people share mixed feelings of fascination and disdain for hyenas, spotted particularly around kills. Not particularly appealing in terms of appearance, hyenas are characterised by large rounded ears and a s...


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impala

This graceful and beautiful medium sized antelop is often considered to be one of the most abundant animals. Agile and vulnerable to predators, they mostly congregate in herds, be they breeding herds or bachelor herds of males unable to secure their ...


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Jackal, Black-backed

These small mammals feast on the large numbers of carnivores that supply them with sufficient carcasses. Often seen nose up in the air and ears twitching, jackals are forever waiting for their superiors to leave their kill. They do, however, also pre...


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