Do you remember him?
Hi Ursula...both animals got shot... :cry: :cry: See you on the other thread...Saturdays chit chat
What a wonderful critter! I hope he's still well and alive and has many manydescendants!
Thanks for sharing, fani!
I dont believe it ...I saw your post just now Tabs :oops: :oops: :oops:
I'm sorry :oops: ....Yes I had read it before but it was difficult to observe these spots at cam pics...At last I decided to look at the spots over the eyes and at both cheeks, even the two brother cubs had different patterns there ...So I could ID them from one side or from the other or front
Hi Guest...who are you...??? Nice you find your way here...I hope we will see you again ...and I hope Africam will find their way soon, giving us a chance to see again pictures like that....
For me wildlife cams are an excelent way for all the people around the world to know and love wild animals and maybe some day such sad incidents will be decreased.............
im so sad to hear he got shot,its a shame there isnt more protection for these beatifull animals,i havent loged on this site for a few years and to hear this is really sad.i wish there was something that can be done to protect our wild life.i feel so bad ,i loged on daily a few years ago until everything changred,i emember you name,Fani.
No.... I mean the last post at this thread (is this the right word???) under the title "Do you rember him?"
Of course it isnt my last post for tonight
I hope you meant that this is your last post here tonight?
OK I checked the automatic log in and I hope I wont be a guest anymore in future
Hi friends ...this is my last post here...There are many nice pics at my hard drive but I dont want to bring problems to anyone...I can understand that it is very difficult to tell who owns what...but it would be nice to discuss old memories...while we are waiting for new experiences....
OK no problem at all here..I'm so happy with this new Boma and I will be happier with a new virtual game drive cam
That is exactly how the reserves ID the cats and individual elephants Fani so well done you for being able to do this!
Leopards are ID-ed by the 'spots' on each side of their nose, roughly where the whiskers are. These spots are like a fingerprint, no two leopards have the same configuration.
Lions and elephants are mostly ID-ed by scars and tears in their ears and additionally, in the case of the Ellies, by the length and shape of their tusks.
They can also tell whether an ellie is left or right 'handed' by which tusk is worn down the most.
It seems incredible that elephants, like humans, can favour one side or the other and I sometimes wonder whether this applies to any other mammals. I really must ask on the WLC forums!