Blog Posts: MAMMALS OF SOUTH AFRICA


Mammals throughout South Africa thrive in a wide spectrum of wildlife and nature areas, ranging from snow-clad mountains to subtropical coastal regions. These areas include National Parks, marine reserves, wilderness areas as well as private game and nature reserves, which are ideal destinations for wildlife viewing and nature related activities on offer in South Africa. The blog posts in this category are fact files with photos and basic information of some mammal species that occur in South Africa.
AFRICAN BUFFALO / CAPE BUFFALO FACT FILE
AFRICAN BUFFALO / CAPE BUFFALO FACT FILE

20 January 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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BLACK-BACKED JACKAL FACT FILE
BLACK-BACKED JACKAL FACT FILE

02 February 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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BLESBOK FACT FILE
BLESBOK FACT FILE

13 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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BLUE WILDEBEEST / BRINDLED GNU FACT FILE
BLUE WILDEBEEST / BRINDLED GNU FACT FILE

11 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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CHEETAH FACT FILE
CHEETAH FACT FILE

17 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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ELEPHANT FACT FILE
ELEPHANT FACT FILE

12 January 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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GEMSBOK FACT FILE
GEMSBOK FACT FILE

17 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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GIRAFFE FACT FILE
GIRAFFE FACT FILE

16 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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HIPPOPOTAMUS / HIPPO FACT FILE
HIPPOPOTAMUS / HIPPO FACT FILE

12 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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HYENA / SPOTTED HYENA
HYENA / SPOTTED HYENA

17 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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IMPALA FACT FILE
IMPALA FACT FILE

16 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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KUDU FACT FILE
KUDU FACT FILE

09 March 2015 by Wildlife South Africa

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