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September 20, 2019

Bustling of the bush pig…

Did you hear %28about%29 the bushpigs? At night our most frequent visitors are the bushpigs. A lot of guests have never heard about them and as being nocturnal bushpigs are not easy to spot. We often hear them just behind our bandas hustling through the dried leaves chewing on roots and cracking nuts. And on a cloudy day we even might see them in the mornings or late afternoons. Bushpigs occur wherever there is dense cover and regular water supply so one can imagine that the M

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Did you hear %28about%29 the bushpigs? At night our most frequent visitors are the bushpigs. A lot of guests have never heard about them and as being nocturnal bushpigs are not easy to spot. We often hear them just behind our bandas hustling through the dried leaves chewing on roots and cracking nuts. And on a cloudy day we even might see them in the mornings or late afternoons. Bushpigs occur wherever there is dense cover and regular water supply so one can imagine that the M

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