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COMMON WILDLIFE LAWS

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Hi guys

what are some basic wildlife laws which every common safari goer should remember?

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1. Pith Helmets should not be worn at the dinner table as they clash with the white dinner jacket, silver cigarette case and ample application of Brylcreem...

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1. Pith Helmets should not be worn at the dinner table as they clash with the white dinner jacket, silver cigarette case and ample application of Brylcreem...

Yo ...weve got our first law...the law of dinner..what are some more..?

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Getting out of the car to get a selfie with the lions is strictly forbidden.....

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  • the wildlife and bush are principle ,other things including the comforts of the camp are detail

always behave safely around animals, follow all the advice the guide gives

always be on time for game drive

take your spare SD cards and spare batteries with you ,they can't help you if left in your tent or room

try not to be to concerned with the outside world , including comparing with other guests what fast food outlets your town has

the gamedrive is not the best time to check facebook , think of how much you have spent and how long you have waited to be in the bush

you are here to observe animals and the bush, not rush around and tick of a list , a Ferrrari Safari would be a disaster

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