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Media Release: SANParks supports back to Africa

Date: 2003-05-22

It's home sweet home for another 4 Sable antelope arriving from the UK on 6 June 2003. This brings together a total of ten Sable that have been relocated at Graspan breeding station just outside Kimberley, from zoos around the world. Since the first arrival of the other six, two calves have been born. 

Dr Hamish Currie (private vet heading the project) 
Tel: 021 794 1536 


Mr Deon Joubert 
Park Manager Vaalbos & Graspan breeding station 
Tel: 053 561 0088 


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