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Unread postPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2007 9:12 pm 
One would have thought DB would have been at Work at 1 pm.

Does her boss know?


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There is no fooling the people on this forum :D:D:D:D:D

Uhm, RP, she is married to the boss and he is with her in KNP at the moment ;)

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Jacov - you getting slow musketeer! I really expected a comment from you that I obviously had no clue where I was and needed help from the forum :P

But yep - took that at Sunset Dam :D

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Uhm, RP, she is married to the boss and he is with her in KNP at the moment ;)

Wrong!!!!! My SO is married to the boss :twisted:

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Jacov - you getting slow musketeer! I really expected a comment from you that I obviously had no clue where I was and needed help from the forum :P

But yep - took that at Sunset Dam :D


Ja, the one time I am kind to an angel..........

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Uhm, RP, she is married to the boss and he is with her in KNP at the moment ;)

Wrong!!!!! My SO is married to the boss :twisted:

And what did she have to say about you going along? :twisted:

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 Post subject: Where and what is this ?
Unread postPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2007 10:30 am 
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Take a close look at this tree and if you can tell me where to find it , plus what is unusual about it then you can consider yourself very knowledgeable about the Kruger .

If you are battling , I will post some more closer shots later .


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Vaak Boef aka V6 wrote:
If you are battling , I will post some more closer shots later .


Battling?? You really think so?

How bout posting any shot sommer now? :lol: :lol:

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Location: Gauties .
Ok , maybe it is a little hard , there after all quite a few trees in Kruger .
This is an advanced level quiz though .

Ok , I see this is a monday and I did not post a pic - eeeshh .

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It's the vary rare Youdontseemeatall tree.
What is unusual about it that photos taken of it just disappear, which is why the tree is never talked about.

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I swear the quiz was easier before the pic went up! :twisted:

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The now you see me now you don't tree - pops up anywhere?

Sorry couldn't resit.

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this is a pear - shaped tree along with the pear shaped thread.... :lol:

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Location: Gauties .
Come people , this is easy peasy for a botanist (I may even be wrong in my I.D. the way things are going int his thread )

It can be seen from the main tar road running along the length of the park , so that narrows it down a bit .


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Not too clear from the pic but it looks to me like a shepherd's tree or witgat Boscia albitrunca. I don't know where it is or what is unusual about it though. Is this specific tree unusual?

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On the S40 travelling from Nsemani towards Girivana.
What is unusaul about it? The last known nesting place of the Tree Zebra (Equus quagga busherii)

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