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Why do warthogs like to roll in mud? #leopardtv #nature #science

Why do warthogs like to roll in mud? #leopardtv #nature #science

Do you know how many ticks an oxpecker can eat per day? Find out! #leopardtv #facts #science

Do you know how many ticks an oxpecker can eat per day? Find out! #leopardtv #facts #science

Do you know what type of bird is sitting on the back of this nyala? Find out! #science #leopardtv #africa

Do you know what type of bird is sitting on the back of this nyala? Find out! #science #leopardtv #africa

Learn some facts about the horns of the blue wildebeest!  #leopardtv #facts #africa

Learn some facts about the horns of the blue wildebeest! #leopardtv #facts #africa

What is the main source of food for the hawk-eagle? Find out! #leopardtv #birds

What is the main source of food for the hawk-eagle? Find out! #leopardtv #birds

There are 9 subspecies of the helmeted guineafowl. 2 of these subspecies are in South Africa. There is an interesting sex difference in adult birds because the female has flat feet and walks with a hunched posture while the male walks upright on his toes. Read more on the leopard.tv website! #leopardtv #wildlife #funfacts

There are 9 subspecies of the helmeted guineafowl. 2 of these subspecies are in South Africa. There is an interesting sex difference in adult birds because the female has flat feet and walks with a hunched posture while the male walks upright on his toes. Read more on the leopard.tv website! #leopardtv #wildlife #funfacts

What is the African civet doing in this photo? #science #didyouknow #leopardtv

What is the African civet doing in this photo? #science #didyouknow #leopardtv

Do you know this bird? Click to find out! #Questions #leopardtv

Do you know this bird? Click to find out! #Questions #leopardtv

How do Giraffe clean their nostrils? #shayamanzi  #leopardtv #DidYouKnow

How do Giraffe clean their nostrils? #shayamanzi #leopardtv #DidYouKnow

Do you know what animal this is? The forehead, the top of the face and the cheeks are pale, while the lower parts of the face and the underparts are black or dark brown. The limbs are black. On the sides of the face along the angle of the jaw there is a thick patch of long, whitish to yellowish hair which may extend forward along the jaw.  Where these animals occur more north in Africa they have almost white faces which look like masks. Can you now guess what animal this is? Click to find…

Do you know what animal this is? The forehead, the top of the face and the cheeks are pale, while the lower parts of the face and the underparts are black or dark brown. The limbs are black. On the sides of the face along the angle of the jaw there is a thick patch of long, whitish to yellowish hair which may extend forward along the jaw. Where these animals occur more north in Africa they have almost white faces which look like masks. Can you now guess what animal this is? Click to find…


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THE BLACK BACKED JACKAL - Article by Prof J du P Bothma

THE BLACK BACKED JACKAL - Article by Prof J du P Bothma

Weekends are for lion around! #leopardtv #TGIF #shayamanzi #nature

Weekends are for lion around! #leopardtv #TGIF #shayamanzi #nature

Zebra at Shayamanzi!

Zebra at Shayamanzi!

Cat fight or not: The interrelationships between the larger carnivores - Article by Prof J du P Bothma

Cat fight or not: The interrelationships between the larger carnivores - Article by Prof J du P Bothma

The Great African Cats of Shayamanzi!

The Great African Cats of Shayamanzi!

Did you know! The scientific name of the wild dog translates to a spotted wolf-like animal. #shayamanzi #leopardtv

Did you know! The scientific name of the wild dog translates to a spotted wolf-like animal. #shayamanzi #leopardtv

Feeding a growing human population!   Article by Prof J du P Bothma

Feeding a growing human population! Article by Prof J du P Bothma

He needs to get his roots retouched.

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