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Largemouth Bass

They are native to the Americas, but introduced world over as an angling and food species. Subsequent introductions of other strains of bass have been done as recently as 1988, when the Florida strain was introduced into waters in KwaZulu Natal.

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Silver Catfish

Butter barbel…the name says it all! This little mid water predator with a maximum weight of about 1.5kg loves slow flowing or static water. They live in shoals and hunt small fish and small crabs at night or in low light conditions.

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The KhoiKhoi People

The Khoikhoi (some people spell the name 'khoekhoe'), were the first herders to arrive in the Waterberg area. They originated in the hills of Angola and Central Africa, but their exact movements are still hotly debated.

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Sunrise

Early morning in the bush gives one a few moments whereby life and beauty intersects and the essence of the bush come to the fore. Sunrise gives us the gift of a new day and the reflection of the day past. It gives us the motivation to move forward...

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Foam Nest Tree Frog

Driving through the bush one morning very early, our eyes not fully awake yet, we spotted a strange white object on a tree stump a few meters away from the vehicle. It could have been an overturned leaf, maybe a splat of owl dung from the previous night...

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Marula Time

It is the time of year that the marula trees (Sclerocarya birrea) starts to shed its fruit. It is a time of year that most baboons, monkeys, elephant and humans wait for. The green fruit will drop from the trees, forming a blanket of fallen fruit underneath.

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