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Agronomist, aid worker, in love with African wildlife and African bird-life in particular .
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Great shot John, thanks for sharing.
I would like to invite this spotting (and all corresponding future spottings) to two African missions: 1. African antelopes in the wild (link https://www.projectnoah.org/missions/122...) and 2. African Mammals in the Wild (https://www.projectnoah.org/missions/138...).
Hope to see you there
Love the pic - it looks like two-headed zebra... Excellent.
I would also like to invite you to include this one into the "African Mammals in the Wild" mission, it would a great contribution also there. The links is here: https://www.projectnoah.org/missions/138....
Cheers and thanks for sharing
Hello tom.canning87 and welcome to the Project Noah community!
This is a very interesting first spotting, thanks for sharing it with us - I would just like to ask you about the watermark, picture seems to be signed by someone else??? this may be a very important question, as Project NOAH accepts only your own pics, or pics that you have a specific authorisation from the author to use.
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