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Spotted in Namibia near Sossusvlei
The other part of the flip side of the coin is that it is mostly subsistence farmers with 20-30 animals which is their wealth and they cannot afford that fence you are talking about.
Same problem here with the fox, I have barely seen 1 and yet all speak of a plague especially chicken holders. Solution is simply, a night cage or solid fence, I have no problem with the fox even though there are here
In Afrikaans called a Rooikat, which is quite a pest to sheep and goat farmers, since it can from time to time go on a killing spree and kill 5 to 10 animals and maybe take a few bites from one. Like in all of life there is a flip side to the coin as well.
Hi Alice,in fact it is rather a sad story, this caracal and some cheetahs are orphans whose mother is shot or hit by car. Once they are mature enough they will be re-released
Lovely, is there a story of how you got the pictures? I like him soaking up the sun.
I would make picture number 3 as 1.Awesome!
Beautiful! Great find!
Spotted on Jul 15, 2009 Submitted on Jun 15, 2012