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x is the number of times that a stayed at Satara :lol:

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"a" is who Cees? Do you by any chance mean you?

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Jazil wrote:
"a" is who Cees? Do you by any chance mean you?
:hmz: Unfortunally I have mistyped on my arabic keyboard. Yes it is me Cees :roll: I'm so excited about this SANParks related topic :tongue:

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Cees is very excitable....

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Extremely excitable, Cees always like to use the " :lol: " emoticon.


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nonagenarians :lol: :lol: are seldom seen on the SANParks forum

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Mountain Zebra National Park was proclaimed in 1937, and saved these animals from extinction. Currently their population stands at 300. Other mammals found in MZNP include Cape buffalo, black rhino, eland, black wildebeest, red hartebeest and gemsbok, while mountain reedbuck and grey rhebok frequent the higher areas. Caracal occupies the niche of primary predator.

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Rabelais Dam (and borehole) - in Kruger - is named after the original farm on which it was situated.

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Dwarf Mongoose is another mongoose species commonly encountered in the Kruger Park, although they are more prominently represented in the western half

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First time I saw Dwarf Mongoose was on the S114 on my way from Malelane gate to Skukuza - they are gorgeous little critters :D

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Simonb6, you slinky forumite, I am sure you are looking forward to your time out here, I know you have a long booking at Berg n Dale, I wish I could meet you there, please dont forget to do the River Walk

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Kruger National Park is in my honest opinion the starship of Sanparks.

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Steenbokskeerkring - a firbreak road build near the Tropic of Capricorn in Kruger. Now how many of you knew that little tit bit of information?

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Never knew that titbit DB. The Camp just south of the Tropic of Capricorn is Mopani.

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Indvuna Creek is a tributary of the N'waswitshaka... Did you know that Jaz?

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