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Timbavati Wildlife Park – Into The Waterfalls Area

Timbavati Wildlife Park – Into The Waterfalls Area

Posted April 8, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. Spring is in full swing and it’s almost time for our opening day for general admission. The last couple of weeks we have been covering different areas of Timbavati Wildlife Park. Today we’re taking a look at the Waterfalls Area. The Waterfalls Area has its name because guess what, it’s filled with waterfalls. I mean this is the water park capital of the world right? So this part of the park is filled with them as the falls and rock work form the background of one of the most unique personal…
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The Kudu of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Kudu of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted March 18, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. It’s almost spring! Yeahhhhhh. The winter is letting up and the snow banks are melting, cabin fever is coming to a close and the sunshine helps all of us grow. One animal that grows really big is the kudu. The Kudu is a type of antelope from the more arid parts of Africa. A Greater Kudu stands 4 to 5 feet in height and males can weigh anywhere from 500 to 700 pounds. Females weigh anywhere from 400 to 500 pounds. In contrast a lesser Kudu stands 3 to 4 feet…
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Timbavati Wildlife Park Talking Camels

Timbavati Wildlife Park Talking Camels

Posted March 11, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings and salutations dear friends and welcome to this weeks blog! Seems as if we’re right in the middle of winter and springs annual tug of war as we set the clocks forward last weekend and prepare for the big thaw. One creature who is at home in almost any climate is the camel. We often think of the camel as a hot desert animal. The desert gets very cold at night also. Camels are built Ford tough LOL. There are two kinds of camels. Dromedary (Arabian) camels have one hump. Bactrian (Asian) Camels have two. The largest myth about…
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The Coatimundi

The Coatimundi

Posted January 21, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. This week we will enter the world of the Coatimundi. Coatimundi are also called by the names: Hog-nosed Coon, Snookum Bear, and Brazilian Aardvark. That’s a lot of aliases to remember so we will just stick with coatimundi, it feels easier. This native of the southern North American and South American continents is diurnal, meaning it is a day time creature. There are many types of coati, the White-nosed which can be found in on both continents and the Brown-nosed which is exclusive to the southern continent. The coati live in…
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Visit Our Ringtail Lemurs 2018

Visit Our Ringtail Lemurs 2018

Posted September 17, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings my friends and welcome to the week of the ringtail lemur! Before we kick things off here I just want to remind all of you all that we currently have our “Fall Combo Ticket” available. Our Fall Combo Ticket includes an all-day General Admission and a trip around the park on our Safari Train Ride. The Combo Ticket gives you both options for one great low price. Now, back to the ring tails. Lemurs hail from the Island of Madagascar. That’s in the Indian Ocean off of the coast of Mozambique. If you’ve ever seen the children’s movies “Madagascar,”…
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A Roo For Me and a Roo For You

A Roo For Me and a Roo For You

Posted August 27, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. This week we’re going to take a look at our mob of kangaroos. Now if you weren’t familiar with the term a group of Kangaroos is referred to as a mob. Our mob of roos are always interesting to gander at when you’re in Timbavati Wildlife Park. Kangaroos are very social creatures. They live in a hierarchy that is governed by one dominant male. This alpha male decides the course that the mob will take as they forage through the outback. The females in a mob will have very close connections…
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Can you say Coatimundi?

Can you say Coatimundi?

Posted March 30, 2016 in Uncategorized

This week we are taking a look at the coatimundi of Timbavati Wildlife Park! Ahh the Coatimundi, considered to be in the raccoon family looks like a racoon dog anteater mix thingy to me. That’s a technical term. 🙂 They are also called by the names: Hog-nosed Coon, Snookum Bear, and Brazilian Aardvark. This native of the southern North American and South American continents is diurnal, meaning it is a day time creature. There are types of coati, the White-nosed which can be found in on both continents and the Brown-nosed which is exclusive to the southern continent. Coatimundi Life…
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