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Feb
9
2011
“Ndlovu at Kubu Dam close to Adine’s house.” Ndlovu is the Shangaan word for elephant. For some reason rangers have an aversion to calling the animals by their english names. 😉 I was on...

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Feb
7
2011
Little Pisa – the baby of the herd – has never been that keen on human contact. Elephants are very much like humans in this regard. They have very distinct personality traits that manifest...

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Jan
25
2011
In August last year our dominant male elephant Joe, decided to leave home. Click here to read more about his incredible integration into the herd of wild elephants on Kapama Nature Reserve. He has since...

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Dec
15
2010
Having been with us for a couple of days, our guests had already been on a number of very successful game drives. However, the one animal they had yet to see was the leopard....

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Dec
1
2010
The longer you’re out in the bush, the more animals you’re likely to see. And this day proved no different. Our guests were able to tick off all the animals on their extensive list,...

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