animal behavior

Animal Behavior Animal communication is a process where animals provide other animals with information used in decision making. The way they use to get the information to each other is called a signal. The signal may be known as a sound, color, pattern, posture, movement, touch, electrical discharge, the release of a specific odorant or…

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Hluhluwe Half day safari

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Full Day Hluhluwe Imfolozi Big 5 Less 15%

Winter Special 15 June to 31 July / 2019 R1062.50 P/P Normal Price R1250 p/p you save R187.50 p/p Join us on this magnificent winter Special, Simply complete the Booking Form and we will get back to you regarding availability. Included: Open Game Drive Safari (+/-9 hours) All conservation Levies Bush Breakfast Traditional South Africa…

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bornean orangutan

Bornean Orangutan The Borneo orangutan, scientifically known as the Pongo pygmaeus, is originally from the Indonesian island of Borneo. It belongs to the only genus of Great Apes that are native to the continent of Asia. Studies have indicated that there are three sub-species of this orangutan, these are known as: the Northwest Bornean orangutan…

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animal diet

Animal Diet Animal Diet, Explained All living organisms need techniques to nourish themselves’s. The diets of some animals is completely reliant on the animals in the area it finds itself. The most important tool animals use to survive, is to live on or eat other organisms, this includes plants, other animals and water. Animals adapt…

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african baboon

African Baboon Facts and Information African Baboon The African Baboon is a primate that forms a part of the genus Papio which is one of the genus of the Old-World Monkeys. There are known to be five common species of African Baboon that are found throughout Africa, these are colloquially and scientifically known as the:…

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