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Sean Zeederberg

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As a young boy growing up on an agricultural farm in Zimbabwe, Sean spent every opportunity entertaining himself outdoors, camping in the local nature reserve and learning about all facets of the natural world. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental ...

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on The Turbulent Times of the Wildebeest

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Ann Seagle
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Loved reading this!!!

Jason_T
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who is the Lion in the photo above?

Kay Schmid
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Sean, I so enjoy your writing. Would you look into the correct name of the SSW? I believe that it is named from the two rivers that run through it-the Sabi and the Sand. I think the name is Sabi Sand Wildtuin, without an ‘s’ on Sand.

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Suzanne Myers
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Wow-enjoyed reading this! Things I never knew! Thank-youso much!

David Fisher
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I once heard someone sa that the wildebeest looks so funny that it must have been designed by a committee! But they are very efficient when there is no human interference in their lives.

JH
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Can you share the numbers with us from the annual census?

Marinda Drake
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Interesting reading Sean. In Cry of the Kalahari by Mark and Delia Owens something similar happened in Botswana when the goverment erected a vet fence (foot and mouth fence). Thousands of wildebeest died when they couldn’t get through to the river for water. It is the second biggest migration of wildebeest. Luckily the fence was taken down between Kruger and Sabi Sands.

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