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Monthly Archives: September, 2014

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Photo credit: Wikipedia A hamerkop is easily identified through its uniform flat brown colour and very unique hammer shaped head. It is almost always found at the water’s edge, where it finds the majority of its food. The hamerkop will wade in the shallows, sometimes churning the mud with its feet and sifting with its   

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Working in the northern Sabi Sand Game Reserve as a guide is truly a treat. One of the aspects that make this place really special is the leopard sightings that we get to experience, pretty much every day. The distinctive colouring and patterns on the leopard’s coat makes it easy for this majestic cat to   

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