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A really early start on what was going to be the last game drives in Africa. We arrived at Addo just before 6am and were herded onto a large safari vehicle for a 2 hour game drive. It was a packed drive in which we saw a tremendous variety of animal, we started by running into a large family of elephants, then 2 sleeping male lions, buffalo, cudu, jackals, buzzards, springbok and another large pack ...
... how this can change- and things like how sensitive
sharks can be to stress and what to mindful of in relation to this.
This is a really simple concept. The maze
itself is hardly complex at all; it’s the pictures at the end of the tank with
a simple divider between the two that make the maze up. We want the sharks to
go to the likely target picture – the fish, or spotted fish- and ...
... weaved in perfectly. We ate some natural Aloe from a
tree (vile...reminded me of the stop n grow nail varnish mum used to insit on
me wearing when I was younger) followed by sweet and sour berries from another
bush to take away the taste (which Orna told us were used as candy in the
poorer communities). We learnt loads and left his car chuffed to have taken the
After the tour
he dropped us in town so that we could plod home in a leisurely way ...
... have guessed this), so off we went for dinner out. Although our "Gypsy cafe" didn't look great from the outside (rent-a-container, plastic walls and fish nets all around) it looked wonderfully quirky and the menu very reasonable. We sat looking out on the sea and the panoramic views of Mossel Bay. The food was brilliant along with the service. It was R58 per person (equivalent of £5) and we had to take a doggy bag home there were so ...
... about 10 times over an hour and got our bait three seperate times. It was absolutely amazing to see how the great white hunted.
The whole goal chumming for white sharks is to be able to identify them using their dorsal fin. The dorsal fin on a great white shark is similar to a human fingerprint. Each individual shark has unique marking sucah as white and black pigments or ...