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Subcollections SAN Parks
Royalty Free no
Ingestion_path Africa Media Online/South African National Parks/SAN Parks
Credit Line SAN Parks / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online
Media Type image
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Keywords African elephant
Province Eastern Cape
Orientation landscape
Country South Africa
Creation_date 2009-05-19T00:16:55
Populated 1
Media Id 449_2
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Pixel Size 5517 x 3621
Collections Independent Contributors
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Location Addo Elephant Park
Description An African elephant drinking water at a watering hole in the Addo Elephant National Park. The Eastern Cape's Addo Elephant National Park was established in 1931, by a group of people who wanted to prevent the last of the region's once mighty elephant herds from becoming extinct. The park has expanded to 168 000 hectares covering six different habitats: Nama Karoo; fynbos; forest; subtropical thicket; coastal belt and marine. 'The only protected place in the world where you can see the Big Seven', by which it means elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, rhinoceros, Southern Right Whale and the scary Great White shark.
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