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Vervet Monkey
(Email to add your web link for further information) Sponsored Links:. E-mail info@africanfauna.com to add your vervet monkey related website. ...
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Cheetah
Cheetah's have a gestation period of between 90 to 95 days with 2 to 4 cubs born. After 6 weeks, the cub leaves their den, and is strong enough to join ...
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Greater Red Musk Shrew
The Greater Red Musk Shrew (or also known as Groter rooikeerbek) is a large species of shrew. An average of 16 cm in length, the tail a further 5 or 6 cms, ...
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African Giraffe
The Giraffe does not have many predators, but if threatened, the Giraffe has two ... The main predator of the Giraffe is the human. Not many African animals ...
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African Animals
Welcome to african fauna.com. A 100% free information site. ... Quick Animal Info Links ... Amazing Animal Facts - Amazing African animal facts ...
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Springhare
Springhare (Pedetes capensis). Springhare. The Springhare or Springhaas. The springhare is currently (2003) listed as a vulnerable species. ...
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White Rhinocerus
The main two species are African rhinos and Asian rhinos. In Africa, there are two species of the rhino, the black rhinoceros and the white rhinoceros. ...
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Africa's most dangerous animals
Africa's most dangerous animals. Africa's Top Ten Dangerous Animals. Below we have listed Africa's top ten dangerous creatures, of what we believe to be ...
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Short-eared Elephant Shrew
The Short-eared Elephant Shrew is currently (2003) listed as a vulnerable species. ... They seek refuge in small burrows or under the cover of grasses. ...
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Short-eared Elephant Shrew
The Short-eared Elephant Shrew is currently (2003) listed as a vulnerable species. ... They seek refuge in small burrows or under the cover of grasses. ...
 
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