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Pete's Pond Cam Discussion Sunday August 19, 2007

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Pete's Pond Cam Discussion Sunday August 19, 2007

NEW DAY FOR

PETE'S POND CAM DISCUSSIONS

Auntie Lyn (not verified)
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A brand new day  of sightings at Pete's Pond here.

Aquila (not verified)
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Speaking of Impala.... did ya'll see Fatty grab the impala this morning? mamasafari has it up on youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ylRwplIsDs

No wonder all the animals seem nervous about getting a drink.

Calista (not verified)
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I remember that poor impala last year with the broken jaw. I was watching also when the cat or whatever chased it.

Sure hope this lone guy will be safe. Took him a long time to get the courage to get a quick drink.

Aquila (not verified)
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Makes me nervous seeing one all alone. One night last year, one lone impala walked into the woods then all of a sudden ran back the way it came with something (Cat) right behind it. The next day an impala appeared with what seemed to be a broken jaw and finally succumbed to it's injuries under the hide. The cam op speculated that it was slapped by a Leopard but managed to get away from it's attacker. The carcass was put out for the scavengers and eventually a lone lioness that was said to have cubs hidden nearby, came & drug the carcass off.

penzi ndovu (not verified)
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that poor impala wants a drink so bad but is to skittish to bend all the way down to get a drink ...lol poor thing...

penzi ndovu (not verified)
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1 lone male impala..

penzi ndovu (not verified)
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beautiful jackal..

penzi ndovu (not verified)
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Awesome close up on the ellie..looked like she was sitting next to us...I like the ground cam..

hunjoro (not verified)
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Wow...I don't know what just happened, but the elephants felt threatened by something. All the larger ones turned to face something away from the pond with their ears fanned out, and there was much rumbling and trumpeting. Whatever it was, it seems to have passed. Everyone is drinking peacfully now.

On second thought, it could have been a greeting...perhaps another relative joined the group.  Such fascinating creatures. 

KellyfromTexas (not verified)
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Morning Mayapple, Where do I find the grizzly bears, I would like to see.

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