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Unread postPosted: Wed May 10, 2006 11:12 am 
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Thanks. You can stop the list. :lol:

I was wondering if they had smaller litters, and obviously forgot that hunters are hunted as well. :redface:

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Fantastic pictures! Thanks for posting, Jannie.

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The April 2006 newsletter is out!
You should be able to download it here {PDF, just under 1 Mb}, however I've never used this provider, so please PM me if it does not work.

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By then I’ve been up for more than 20 hours

It would seem that she does not need a lot of sleep! :shock:

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.. and where does that leave our little cam cat?
Lovely images, it just brings the AWC into our homes.
I still think our cam cat is pretty, pretty wild.

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:cry: :cry:
I think I am going to miss the little guy.
:evil: No wonder cats have trust issues.

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I saw one of these inside of Skukuza last year October. I was shocked at first because I tought it was a normal house cat, and then asked around. It was the first time in my life seeing a wild cat.

I later learned that it is not a house cat but an african wild cat, it was inside of the camp close to the fence where you normally spot the hyeana's at the safari tents opposite the amblution blocks. It was walking away slowly from us, not running or anything, the behavior were pretty much house cat, but it did not come towards us at all.

I was angry for a moment, for someone to bring there house cat to the park : )


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Who is this?

Seen 2002 in KTP on a sunset drive.

For me it´s to thin for a AWC and it was to small for cheetah or leopard. Sorry these are the only pics. It was far away, as you see not much light and taken with IIRC 300mm or 6oomm without a tripod :-(

Some ideas? Thanks!

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Hi

I will say African Wildcat.


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I will say African Wildcat.


I agree.

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The tail on the second photo does it for me, I agree on it being an AWC.

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AWC no doubt.

They are actually surprisingly big

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