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Exploring Africa's Wildlife And Wild Places

See the variety of wild animals in Kruger National Park Visiting the same spot within a 45-day span

by Bushtracks Expeditions
December 3, 2019

See what happened in 2010 when African Wildlife Foundation Leopard Research Officer Nakedi Maputla left a camera in Kruger National Park, South Africa for 45 days to estimate leopard abundancies. We think it is amazing just how many different wild African animals walked on the exact same trail in just over a month’s time.

 

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Scroll through to see all some of the animals from the video.  The full video can be found at the bottom of the page.

If you are not sure of the names of all of the animal species you see on this article, you are welcome to give us a call.  We are happy to talk to you about the animals you can find in Kruger National Park, South Africa.

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And, here we go - a leopard!

Watch African Wildlife Foundation's full video (below) to see all of the wildlife that passed through this exact spot during their project.

 

We found this video to be incredible, because it goes to show the diversity of animal species within the African continent - particularly within the Kruger National Park in South Africa.  Although we already knew that all of these animals live here, we think it is incredible to see them traverse the same spot from the same trail in a short span of time.

Let us know your thoughts, comments, revelations and/or questions about this post by messaging us on social media.

If this post inspired you to visit South Africa, we have a custom safari that visits Greater Kruger National Park, which is right next to Kruger National Park, but privately owned and more exclusive - making it a great spot to see wildlife.  Call us at +1(800) 995-8689 to learn more.

Topics: Conservation & Wildlife

Posted in: Conservation & Wildlife

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