"The only way to save a Rhinoceros is save the environment in which it lives, because there is a mutual dependency between it and millions of other species of both plant and animal " - David Attenborough-
25 Things You Might Not Know About Rhinos
25 Things You Might Not Know About Rhinos 1. The word rhinoceros is a combination of two Greek words – rhino (nose) and ceros (horn). There are five living species of rhinoceros – white, black, greater one-horned, Javan and Sumatran. In addition, a number of other animals have rhinoceros as part of their names, including …
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August Safari Journal2013
The weather: August is the month on the cusp between our winter and spring, where the evenings are cool, chilly even and the days varying between warm, to almost hot even and other days with coolness borne on the southerly wind. Wildlife: The wildlife viewing has been of an excellent standard this month. Warmer afternoons …
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April 2013 Safari Journal
The weather: April is the month of transformation in the Sabi Sand Reserve - straddling the cusp between the wet and the dry seasons at Inyati. Winter is rolling in at a rapid rate throughout the province, a weather change that brings beautiful developments on our paradise. There is a definite chill in the air …
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March 2013 Safari Journal
The weather: The last rumbles of thunder have faded into the distance and the flickering lightning is finally stilled. Summer is ending and the cool breath of the tropical winter touches us. It ruffles the surface of the water and shakes leaves which are already turning gold. The afternoon showers provided a refreshing relief from …
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February 2013 Safari Journal
The weather: Nyenyenyani / February in the heart of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve has been a month of sudden showers and spectacular sunsets, of stalking lions and stealthy leopards. Early mornings are concealed by heavy drapes of rolling mist, which gradually unfurl to reveal magical apparitions of silver cobwebs, crystal drenched grasses, dazzling zebra …
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Rhino Rescue Project – Inyati and the Sabi Sand Reserve
What does the treatment entail? The horn is treated by infusing it with an indelible dye that contaminates the horn and renders it useless for ornamental – or medicinal use. A full DNA sample is harvested and three matching identification microchips are inserted into the horns and the animal itself. At the owners discretion, the …
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Nhlangula – October 2012 Wildlife Journal
The weather: We have had an amazing October at Inyati - we experienced a lot of really warm days with temperatures reaching highs of 39° C but we also had a few thunder showers which have caused the vegetation to explode into summer bloom, with many trees sharing their colourful and fragrant flowers with us. …
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The heavyweights had a duel last week in the Sand River.
The heavyweights had a duel last week. The lighter of the two having to make a hasty retreat even with the advantage of its "home" habitat
Mhawuri : August 2012 Wildlife Journal
It appeared as if summer had arrived early, the cold weather has left us. As is often the case, August was a windy month with steady breezes cooling things down. The local tribe, Shangaans named the month of August “Mhawuri” – the month of strong winds. They also believe that if the wind doesn’t blow …
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