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Josh Attenborough


Born into a family passionate about wildlife Josh knew from a very young age that he wanted to work in the African bush. He was fortunate enough to spend his school holidays going on annual family trips to the same two destinations – ...

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Wow! Amazing sighting Josh. Interesting information about the otter. A great read.

Thanks for the introduction to a brand new animal for me!

How exciting to see – and you got a decent shot of her!! Hope one of my mornings next month will be as exciting! Thanks!

A first for both of us….you seeing one and me not being aware that they were even there at Londolozi! Thanks!

Josh, wonderful blog – I have never seen cape clawless otter

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The animal I most want to see in the world.

What a wonderful sighting – tell Alfie I shall now expect him and Terrence to find me one (along with a pangolin) when I come back in November! Oh, and a leopard hoisting a kill in a tree – still waiting to see that after 10 visits!

Lucky sighting- perhaps you’ll see it again. They’re so playful when with others, splashing, diving…..appreciate the information.

So unusual. One wonders how on earth it found its way to here without becoming some predators meal! And how many others there might be here and on adjacent reserves.

Gracious!! I don’t think I have even heard of the clawless otter. That must have been a cool moment. Wish we had been there. Victoria

Not surprisingly Neil and I have never seen a Clawless Otter. So we found the article above absolutely fascinating. Thank you so much, Josh! Wendy M

On my wish list ….

Interesting read.

Sounds like it was an amazing sighting! I remember reading the post when those otter photos were taken too.

Nice! Did not realise how large they are!!

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