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Kruger is not just about animals (KNP Part VI)

You’ve probably heard that they want to introduce all sorts of stuff into Kruger like Casinos and other market and profit related ideas. Well, to get it off my back – I’m against that sort of innovation in this part of … Continue reading

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Daybreak in Kruger (KNP Part IV)

We keep daily schedules in Kruger rather stereotype. However other’s have their way of dealing with the wide scope of activities in this delightful nature reserve and wilderness area, which has never been domesticated, but is still in its pristine form – thanks … Continue reading

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Big and small, fury and scaly (KNP 3rd Part)

One of those things about Kruger is it’s fascinating diversity. It doesn’t only have enormous elephants, but also honey badgers, many different eagles, herons, cranes, bee eaters, weavers, finches, ducks, geese, plovers,  even the elusive “Spook voel” (literally translated as … Continue reading

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Domesticate rhinos and trade with their horns

Is this a good or bad idea? Domesticating rhinos and making money with their every growing horns? It sounds a bit like cutting your nails and making money by the way. Read this article from the “Landbouweekblad” and judge for … Continue reading

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