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... came across a pride of lions, and while I the dad stayed in the distance in the shade, the mother, Cubs, and son walked about 10 yards from out truck while crossing the street. And I'll admit I'm not a cat person (except for Bodhi, Kam), but a could go for a lion cub. After a short trip to Blyde River Canyon (absolutely gorgeous region, if I'm ever back I'm spending more time there), it was off to the Drakensberg, a region that's been on my trekking list for a ...
... right over to them, then drove along side them until they broke into a gallop and left us – how amazingly graceful they run! The rhinos no sooner stopped running when Francois, our driver, decided this was the perfect spot for sundowners … with the rhinos grazing only a stone-throw away!! Another unforgettable experience.
Tuesday, 18 March:
On our last morning ...
... spotting. Both John and Johan are as excited as we are. We go back the way we had come and spot a hyena. We try to follow it, but it keeps just ahead of us loping away. We get back on the road and lo and behold, the placenta and umbilical cord are gone, we see evidence of the remains having been dragged into the tall grass. Further along, the birthing sac, too, is gone. We knew the hyena would be coming after the birthing remains but Johan didn’t ...
... which means painted wolf. This name comes from their coloration pattern. According to one source, no two animals have the exact same pattern of coloration.
They are a distant cousin to the wolf and domestic dog but are the only canid that has only four toes and no dewclaw like other canids. They are ferocious hunters and have a kill rate of 80percent according to one source whereas the "king of the jungle" has only ...
I have just finished my first month in South Africa and have just been blown away. Thankfully not literally. I was so nervous coming here, but was welcomed by a 86 yr old swiss woman. Although, it was a rocky start when I got my dates wrong and had her sitting at the airport a whole day earlier.And It just happened to be the coldest day of the month. Luckily I picked up some swiss chockies to smooth her over.
From there, I caught a mini bus ...