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Best Regards from Sao Paulo, Brazil!

This is an amazing website, the cameras are awesome, the experience is unique. Congratulations!!

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Welcome to Africam, J1966

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Hello and Welcome, J1966! Sorry I am so late in saying hello to you.  I know you'll become addicted to Africam like the rest of us!  Great sightings of a lifetime!!

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Thank you Giraffelover!!

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All right, thank you anyway!

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Welcome j1966.....you'll find everyone here friendly and warm.Smile

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Sorry I don't know the answer to that.  You might want to ask the question directly to those at the lodge that would know that at the Nkorho question and answer thread.  click here

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Thank you so much Tourneyman1,

but other questions run to me.... if the animals do not consider  the landies and their occupants threaten how come animals like elephants, cape bulls and rhinos attack now and then landies?

I would appreciate your thoughts on it?

 

 

 

 

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Hi, those are called landies and are what they use to take lodge guests on safari drives to see the wildlife and all in the area.  It seems that the wildlife are used to seeing them and don't consider them a threat and with plenty of food around they don't see them as a meal either  Wink  The rangers are very aware of any dangers, know animal behaviors and are prepared to act if needed.

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Hello Tourneyman1, I have a question to ask you if you don´t mind:

I use to see on Safari open cars moving close to lions. I never understood why people do that considering that a hungry lion could run and jump into the car and grab one of the passangers. I´ve seen once a tiger jumping into a elephant and hurt the man who was on its top and an elephant is much taller than a Jeep.

Thank you so much!!

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Many thanks Karen and Happy New Year!!

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