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Sign in the Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa. Addo National Park, Kruger National Park, National Parks, African Animals, African Safari, How To Speak French, Out Of Africa, Travel Planner, Africa Travel

You see some interesting road signs in South Africa. BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner - www.belafrique.co.za

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Taxi Hand Signs Stamp Issue from South Africa. South Africa is probably the only country in the world that has special hand signals that indicate to the taxi driver where his prospective client wants to go. Postage Stamp Design, Postage Stamps, Going Postal, Love Stamps, Grafik Design, How To Make Paper, My Stamp, Stamp Collecting, Color Theory

Taxi Hand Signs Stamp Issue from South Africa. South Africa is probably the only country in the world that has special hand signals that indicate to the taxi driver where his prospective client wants to go.

Road signs are usually boring, yet useful. Not in South Africa! Take a look at these 10 funny road signs in South Africa that are guaranteed to make you pay attention. A Funny, Hilarious, Funny Stuff, Funny Shit, Random Stuff, That Way, Just For You, Funny Road Signs, Lost In Translation

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Table Mountain National Park in South Africa Photo by Rachel Kayy

As the Cape parrot’s yellowwood fruit resource disappears, the bird has changed its diet—for example, turning to pecan trees—but it’s not always able to find sufficiently wholesome food. Parrot Toys, Parrot Bird, Exotic Birds, Colorful Birds, Bird Barn, Barn Owls, Flamingo Bird, Extinct Animals, African Animals

Restoring Trees to Save South Africa's Rarest Parrot

National Geographic explorer Steve Boyes talks about his work to pull the Cape parrot back from the brink of oblivion.

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