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Hartmans Mountain Zebra.

Hartmans Mountain Zebra


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The Hartman's Mountain Zebra's coat is characterized by its series of black and white stripes. These vertical lines are thin and relatively close
Desert elephants.

Desert Elephant


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Desert Elephant. Namibia is well known for its diversity of wildlife and the high adaptability to the harsh environment shown by the creatures that
The Gorilla.

Gorilla


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The Gorilla is the largest of the apes and the closest living relative to humans, with the exception of the chimpanzee
Cape Golden Mole.

Mole


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Cape Golden Mole (Chrysochloris asiatica). These are small, blind, insectivorous mammals, and not remotely related to rodent moles. The minute eyes are
The Hedgehog.

Hedgehog


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Hedgehogs are small insectivores, characterised by their pointed faces and short, sharp spines covering the flanks and back as protection against
Warthog.

Warthog


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Warthog (Phacochoerus africanus). This is the most commonly seen wild pig of the African Bush. It is a dull grey colour and has a naked skin which
Burchells zebra.

Burchells Zebra


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Burchell's Zebra [Equus burchelli]. Body stripes are less numerous and broader than that of the Cape Mountain Zebra, whereas body stripes extend around
Tsessebe.

Tsessebe


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The colouring is dark reddish-brown with a metallic sheen. The blaze on the face as well as the upper parts of the fore and hind legs down to the knees
Suni.

Suni


Africa Mammals Guide Information: This petite antelope stands only 350mm at the shoulders, and rams weigh only 5 Kg. Ewes are slightly larger and weighs 5.4 Kg. Light-brown to chestnut
Steenbok.

Steenbok


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The colour varies from light brown to darker brick-brown. The belly, the inside of the legs and underside of the tail are white. The ears are large, the
Rhebuck.

Rhebuck


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Grey Rhebuck or Grey Rhebuck (Pelea capreolus). They weigh up to 30 Kg, with a shoulder height of 700-800 mm. This is a slender, long necked
Pangolin rolled up.

Pangolin


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Pangolin, Ground Pangolin (Manis temminckii), also known as Temminck's Pangolin or the Cape Pangolin. The body is protected by armour of imbricated brown
Oiribi pair.

Oribi


Africa Mammals Guide Information: A small antelope with light rust-brown colouring, white throat and belly. The horns are straight but bend slightly forward towards the tips
Samango Monkey

Samango Monkey


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Males are larger than females, males have a mass of 7 to 9 kg and females 4 to 5 Kg. The tail is a third longer than the body. The coat of the head and
Water Mongoose.

Water Mongoose


Africa Mammals Guide Information: With an overall length of 800 to 1000 mm, this is a large and robust mongoose. It has a mass of between 2.5 to 4.2 kg. Their tails are 300-410 mm long
Bat Hawk

Bat Hawk


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The adult is brownish black all over, except for a white spot above and below the eye. The centre of the chest and throat are white, with a broad black
Springbok.

Springbok


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Springbok [Antidorcas marsupialis]. Rams may weigh up to 50 Kg, and ewes only up to 37 Kg. Rams stand 750mm at the shoulders. Their striking body colour
Lichtensteins Hartebeest

Hartebeest


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Lichtenstein Hartebeests are large antelope with humped shoulders, sloping back and elongated head. Cows can weigh 180 Kg and adult bulls over 200 Kg
Impala leaping.

Impala


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Impala [Aepyceros melampus]. This is the most common antelope of the bushveld regions of South Africa. A very graceful, rufous-fawn antelope, with
Wildebeest.

Wildebeest


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Blue Wildebeest are seasonal breeders. Births of single calves per cow occur during summer after a gestation period of nine months
African Civet.

Civet


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The African Civet has short, dense fur that is a greyish colour, with black spots arranged in rows along their bodies. Their legs and about 2/3 of their
Bush Pig

Bush Pig


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The Bush Pig is a strong, stocky pig with powerful forequarters. Its upper tusks are barely visible, but the lower tusks are razor sharp and grow to 7cm
Honey Badger.

Badger


Africa Mammals Guide Information: Honey Badgers are about 250 mm high at the shoulders and weighs 12 Kg. The coats have a broad and course saddle of grey hair running from above the eyes
Baboon portrait.

Baboon


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The baboon is a large primate with a dog-like face and big, prominent canines. Baboons are omnivorous, feeding on lizards, birds and their eggs
Male waterbuck.

Waterbuck


Africa Mammals Guide Information: The Waterbuck is a big antelope with a characteristic white circle around the tail and a collar of white hair around the neck. The colour of the rest

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