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Cape Peninsula National Park

The Cape Peninsula is the thin finger of land in the south-westernmost corner of Africa, with the city of Cape…

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African Animals

Learn More about Cape Vultures

The Cape Vulture, also known as Kolbe’s Vulture, Cape Griffon, and Gyps coprotheres, is the third-largest Old-World vulture in the…

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Cape Fox (Vulpes chama)

It is a small snuggly and elegant fox, with conspicuous big ears, often regarded as the South African counterpart of…

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Cape Hare (Lepus capensis)

It is a pale brown to a reddish or sandy-gray hare, who is a native to Africa. It is easily…

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Cape Gannet Facts

The Cape Gannet, also known as Morus capensis or “mad goose,” is a large seabird categorized under the Sulidae family.…

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Cape Shoveller Facts That You Probably Don’t Know

The Cape Shoveller, also known as the Cape Shoveler and Spatula smithii, is a dabbling duck in the genus Spatula.…

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Learn More about Cape Turtle Doves

The Cape Turtle Dove is famed for various names—the Ring-necked Dove, Half-collared Dove, and its binomial name Streptopelia capicola. This…

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Learn More about Cape Eagle Owls

The Cape Eagle Owl, also known as the Bubo capensis, is a large owl known for its prominent ears and…

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Cape Batis Facts

The Cape Batis, also known as the Batis capensis or Cape Flycatcher, is a tiny, stout passerine bird that is…

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Cape Sugarbird Facts

The Cape Sugarbird, also known as the Promerops cafer, is a beautiful bird that is indigenous to South Africa. It…

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