DuQues wrote:You' re fast on the draw today....
Just nice to be watching the cam for once and see something!
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Ingrid wrote:Hmmm, buck, lion, some kind of cat???
Really has me puzzled - those are hyaena ears. But the thick legs/fat body Hyaena and lion are normally easy to id so close to the cam.
We really need Tabs here to help us out.....
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DinkyBird wrote:I can't make out what that could be - maybe a sheep from outside the Park that is not going to last too long inside the Park
Does not look like hyaena or any cat - has such thin legs.....
First thing that came to my mind was: holy $%#@ is that a cow?
Think some of the background is distorting the contours of the animal but when I look at the ears I'll still say hyaena. Hunting for frogs.
Still looks like a nice woolly sheep to me with round ears....
Think you are right there Jose - I have just had a look at a photograph of a hyaena (I usually use the drawings in my KNP to refer to the animals) and see they do have thinish legs.I'll still say hyaena. Hunting for frogs
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Tabs wrote:Has to be a springbok - look at the stripe along it's flank! Proof at last of springbok in Kruger?
Don't go putting any ideas into GP's head now Tabs ... You know how long it took us to convince her that SIKNP do not exist ... same as LITS
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