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Elands

Now am I seeing Elands at about three o'clock Africam time???
Puzzled: Because of the straight horn.
Thanks.
ettel

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"cerinthe" wrote:
"Ettel" wrote:
Because of the straight horn.
Did you see perhaps the gemsbok/oryx from Leopard cam? You can always look in the mammal database if you find it back in there. http://www.africam.com/boma/viewtopic.php?t=1974

It depends upon how long the horns were - the Gemsbok has quite long horns which do not stand up straight but tilt backwards from their head. It could have been a juvenile though?

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"Ettel" wrote:
Because of the straight horn.
Did you see perhaps the gemsbok/oryx from Leopard cam? You can always look in the mammal database if you find it back in there. http://www.africam.com/boma/viewtopic.php?t=1974

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I know which one you mean, but it was not an Eland.

Was it this one?


I was watching too, and those are Kudu! Laughing out loud

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I have no idea which camera it was. Sorry -- I'm not that savvy about all this as yet, having joined in late December. The animal had thick straight up horns, not curved like the impala.
Thanks for the response.
Do enjoy all this.
Laughing out loud
Ettel

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There are no Elands in the Sabi Sands (Nkorho) or at Tau - I don't know what animal it was that you saw, which camera was it on?

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