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Re: Antelope: Suni

Unread postby okie » Fri Sep 07, 2012 9:29 am

" Het nog nooit n soenie gesien nie , maar sal ook graag een wil sien " .

Have never seen a suni , and would also like to see one :)
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Re: Antelope: Suni

Unread postby Crested Val » Fri Sep 07, 2012 9:35 am

I would also like to see one, because we really didn't appreciate the one we saw, but now it would be an amazing sighting!! :dance:
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Re: Suni in Kruger

Unread postby Zapman » Thu Dec 20, 2012 12:14 pm

Bushmom wrote:Or seen a suni recently on any other road?
I remember seeing one about 50 years ago near Pafuri picnic site. We could not believe our eyes! Never saw one again though.

Incredible! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Recently i red the Getaway and got the idea that they don't find it as extinct in the KNP.


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Re: Suni in Kruger

Unread postby shortcourse » Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:15 am

If they are still around they are very rare - I seem to remember one of the forumites had a sighting of a suni up in the Punda Maria area in the last year or two...we have been fortunate enough to see suni in KZN and they really are tiny! Similar looking to a steenbok but very easy to differentiate between the two!

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