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One of the antelope species that is part of our rarely seen antelope is the red hartebeest (Alcelaphus buselaphus caama). They are closely related to the tessebe and topi.
Hunting have been the main cause of the Red Hartebeest decline in numbers but now with better control over hunting permits this has started to change. These even-toed ungulate is found on the Southwestern side of Africa and of course found in the Limpopo province.

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Here at Mulati Safari Camp we are extremely previlage to live right on nature's door step. We constantly see game close to camp but we never able to see youngsters like the star of our YouTube video today. Nyala's are found in South Africa, Botswana, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Swaziland. Ofter confused with their bigger cousins, the Kudu, Nyala's are quite shy animals who tends to live in the thickets than in the open plains.

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The hippo of hippotamus (Huppoptamus amphibious) is from the ancient Greek word  for “river horse” and fitting because these big mammals love to waddle in rivers and dams or sun bath on the river beds. They are the third largest land animal by weight and some of the olderst hippopotamus fossils dates back to 16 million years ago.

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The Red-Crested Korhaan (Lophotis ruficrista) is found in most parts of the Southern Africa. They are omnivorus (they eat insects, seeds and fruit )and are found in a range of woodland habitasts.

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The exciting new launce of the Culture and Heritage Shongololo Project took place at the 2012 Indaba that was hosted at the ICC in Durban the past week. We had quite a number of press releases and media briefings to attend and the two that’s most memorable were the live interview we had on the BBC UK tourism radio and the interview with Johnny Clegg the patron of the new Culture and Heritage Shongololo Project. The Murchison Leisure Group requested to be part of the implementation and rollout plan and will assist the Heritage and Culture Tourism Strategy.

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Bird Species list for bird lovers at Mulati Safari Camp. Summer is the best time to view our visitors from afar (our feathered ones) and in winter to see the bright colours of our very own indgeous birds.

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