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Photographer: Tjeerd Wiersma from Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Title: Bontebok

Description: This is what a group of Bonteboks looks like standing by the sea. Did you notice the small one on the right? This picture was taken about 500 meters away from Cape of Good Hope. Eight species of antelope are found in the Cape Peninsula National park : Bontebok, Eland, Cape Grysbok, Red Hartebeest, Grey Rhebok, Steenbok and Grey Duiker. Klipspringer have been re-established recently after an absence of almost 70 years.

Taken on: 2004-11-19 06:12:35

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