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DAMAGE TO CABLES
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Wed, 17/10/2012 - 7:15am#44
The male hippo's reproductive organs are like those of most mammals, except that his testicles do not fully descend, and he doesn't have a scrotum.
Instead, the sperm mature and are stored in the epididymis. The epididymis runs from the male hippo's head, along its body and into the tail.
The penis remains retracted into the male hippo's body unless the hippo is mating, so sexing hippos can be difficul
Mon, 15/10/2012 - 4:28pm#45
Mon, 15/10/2012 - 8:05am#46
Sun, 14/10/2012 - 10:08am#47
Fri, 12/10/2012 - 7:48pm#49
ELECTRIC FENCE AT NKORHO LODGE
TO KEEP ELEPHANTS OUT OF THE LODGE NOTE
THE DOUBLE STRAND OF WIRE-
At Nk we have 2 electrified wires about 5 feet high around the camp to keep the Elephants out.
Nkorho is one of the properties in the Sabi sands that border right on to the Kruger park, +/-800m from our Lodge,
and there is no fence between us and the Kruger park.
Have a great day
Thu, 11/10/2012 - 2:09pm#50
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Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre commented on their Wall post.
Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre wrote: "Hi Barry. Thanks for your question. On average the cubs are 4-5 months old when we take them away from their mother, but we will sometimes leave them longer with their mom.
It is usually the condition of the mother that determines whether we leave the cubs with her for longer. We don't leave the cubs with the female for longer than 8-9 months, though."
oct 10 -2012
A few members of our Facebook community have enquired about when the cubs will be moved to their new camp, and no longer live with their mother.
On average the cubs are 4-5 months old when we take them away from their mother, but we will sometimes leave them longer with their mom, longest 8-9 months. If the mother gets too thin, we move the cubs.
Fri, 12/10/2012 - 8:44am#51
more DAM PICS LARGE
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The entire Ximhungwe prideof lions quench their thirst at Idube's Scotia Dam
This camera is positioned at Scotia Dam and provides not only an abundance of african wildlife
but also a vast and tranquil viewing experience
with its panoramic vista and dynamic stereo sound.
to me this is the same water hole ( pan)
note small end of dam and the road in the photos
Hi Barry, at the small end of the dam is Idube bushcamp, a breakfast and dinner site.
Idube lodge is the large lodge and the pan in front is Xidulu dam.