IN PICS: Arabian Business on safari

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Arabian Business goes on safari at the Entabeni Safari Conservancy in the Limpopo Province of South Africa and brings back stunning images of the reserve and wildlife that inhabits it. (Dylan Bowman)
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Accompanied by experienced rangers, Arabian Business was able to get up close and personal with several of Africa's most dangerous animals. (Dylan Bowman)
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We had the opportunity to observe a pride of lions late at night while hunting their prey and early the next morning. (Dylan Bowman)
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The animals were not even remotely fazed by the 4x4 we were in or the flashing cameras as we slowly crawled along side them. (Dylan Bowman)
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Entabeni also raises lion cubs abandoned by their families. (Dylan Bowman)
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This cub was rescued by rangers after being abandoned, otherwise it would have been killed by one of the male lions. (Dylan Bowman)
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The leopard is one of Africa's most elusive animals. (Legend)
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The cheetah is known for its speed and stealth. The fastest land animal in the world, it can reach speeds of up to 120 km/h. (Legend)
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The African buffalo is one of the most successful grazers in Africa. It lives in swamps, floodplains as well as grasslands and forests. (Legend)
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Arabian Business was able to see the largest of all land animals up in the Hanglip mountain range as we flew over in a helicopter. (Legend)
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On the safari we came into close contact with the white rhino, watching a family graze close to the 4x4. (Dylan Bowman)
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The white rhino is the second biggest land mammal behind the elephant. (Dylan Bowman)
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In addition to the move exciting animals, we also stumbled upon plenty of zebras. (Dylan Bowman)
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Antelope were a common site as we drove through the conservation park. (Dylan Bowman)
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Families of warthog could also be seen scampering about the grasslands. (Dylan Bowman)
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Once or twice we spotted the long-necked giraffe feeding off the tall trees. (Dylan Bowman)
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Wildebeest were also a common site, but unlike the big predictors ran as soon as the 4x4 got close to them. (Dylan Bowman)
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Entabeni Safari Conservancy is situated in the World Heritage 'Waterberg Biosphere' of the Waterberg region. (Dylan Bowman)
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Entabeni is where the Hanglip mountain range begins. (Dylan Bowman)
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Hanglip is part of the central Soutpansberg Mountain. (Dylan Bowman)
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Visitors to Entabeni can also go on sunset lake cruises. (Dylan Bowman)
Tue 05 Aug 2008 04:06 PM GST
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