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AfriCat Pangolin Project

Determining the home range size, population density, habitat selection and ecology of wild ground pangolin (Smutsia temminckii) in the Okonjima Nature Reserve. Biodiversity across the

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Brown Hyaena Den News

Usually seen foraging alone, brown hyaena are often assumed to be solitary animals, however they been described as ‘obviously solitary, but secretly social’ due to

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CYMOT Sponsorship

Why CYMOT supports AfriCat “Ever since Greensport was born in 1991, it had committed to conservation and support towards various institutions of wildlife conservation. AfriCat

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The Masters

Dash, Ruff and Tumble first came to AfriCat in 2008 at the age of one month and lived at AfriCat’s Carnivore Care Centre for the

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Walk 4 Wildlife

Three intrepid AfriCat supporters braved the elements and took part in the Walk 4 Wildlife 2017 Night Walk in the New Forest that began at

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The Aeroplane Coalition

The Aeroplane coalition – consisting of three males, Sniper, Spitfire and Quattro and their sister Hurricane – was released from the AfriCat Carnivore Care Centre

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The Saltpans

In November 2013, two young orphaned cheetahs were found and rescued from the saltpans on the outskirts of Swakopmund. Locals detected the young cheetahs and

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Brown Hyaena Project

Behavioural ecology and management-induced niche shift of brown hyaena in a closed reserve; implications for conservation management.’ Closed reserves are an increasingly common wildlife management

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