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Port Elizabeth,Eastern Cape,South Africa.

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AnthonyJones Giant African Land Snail
Giant African Land Snail commented on by AnthonyJones Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa7 years ago

No, they feed on vegetation thankfully.

AnthonyJones Finger plough shell
Finger plough shell commented on by AnthonyJones Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa7 years ago

I met up with some students from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University on Kings Beach this morning. They were seeking out Plough Shells for a study involving tracking the movement of the animals. They are spraying them with paint to aid tracking them. They used red and yellow paint in last years exercise. That explains the coloration I spotted last year. Mystery solved.

AnthonyJones Rednecked Francolin
Rednecked Francolin commented on by AnthonyJones Sundays River Valley Local Municipality, Eastern Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Thanks. I love to hear them calling early in the morning when we are out camping.

AnthonyJones Karoo Boer-bean
Karoo Boer-bean commented on by AnthonyJones Sundays River Valley Local Municipality, Eastern Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Thanks Jaco. I think it is the Schotia afra

AnthonyJones Grey heron
Grey heron commented on by AnthonyJones Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Thanks Fanie

AnthonyJones Crocus
Crocus commented on by AnthonyJones Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Thanks Larry.

AnthonyJones Green Water Snake
Green Water Snake commented on by AnthonyJones Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Hi Bo. Have done so.

AnthonyJones Rhombic Skaapsteker
Rhombic Skaapsteker commented on by AnthonyJones Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Thanks Bo. I have added it to the mission.

AnthonyJones Rhombic Skaapsteker
Rhombic Skaapsteker commented on by AnthonyJones Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa8 years ago

Thanks Bo, I am sure that is correct.

AnthonyJones Joshua Tree
Joshua Tree commented on by AnthonyJones California, USA8 years ago

Yes,Kerry - according to Wikipedia the name Joshua tree was given by a group of Mormon settlers who crossed the Mojave Desert in the mid-19th century. The tree's unique shape reminded them of a Biblical story in which Joshua reaches his hands up to the sky in prayer.

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