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  1. The website of Kruger NP lists a Kobus antelope (most likely a puku K. vardonii) as reedbuck... Not a very good example of marketing if you apparently don't even know what you're talking about, and that for the country's best known national park. Edit: OK, not the official Kruger website, and a whole bunch of animals are listed which don't occur in Kruger (Damara dikdik, Oryx, also listed as Gemsbok with different text) or even in SA. For me stuff like that is a deal breaker. If I search for a safari destination and the company I look at lists such erroneous things they're off my lists immediately.

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