They’ve got a Springbok in Namaqua National Park called Bryan Habana. He was hand-reared as a youngster after farm dogs attacked him. Now he roams around the reception area at Namaqua NP…and sometimes he gets a bit too close to visitors! He managed to get out of his fenced-off patch of grass, and when we tried to get him back into it, he got a bit grumpy! Those horns are sharp! Eventually, park manager Bernard van Lente managed to get him back behind the fence, with the help of visitor Pat McKune.
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