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Nov
23
2016
On Monday, 21st November 2016, a baby elephant estimated to be about 4 months old was brought to HESC. The young elephant was found wandering on his own on the reserve next to the...

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Nov
22
2016
  Obeying the rule of thirds works for creatures great and small. While the leopard is a nocturnal creature, it is often spotted on early morning game drives. While researching tips for inclusion in...

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Nov
7
2016
A team of veterinary doctors from Wildlife Pharmaceuticals visited Camp Jabulani to conduct research aimed at better understanding the anaesthesia of elephants by using a combination drug known as BAM (Butorphanol / Azaperone /...

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Oct
25
2016
A shallow depth of field puts only the subject in focus, while the background is out of focus.  Photo credit: Craig Saunders. Camera  Canon EOS 700D | Sigma DG 150-500 mm 1:5-6.3 APO HSM...

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Oct
19
2016
In our previous elephant blog, we gave you a glimpse into what snooze time looks like for an elephant. They don’t need as much shuteye as we do, mainly because they have to keep...

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