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Leopard tortoise 1 Africa's Tiny 5
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Firehuntfish 14-Jan-21
t-roy 14-Jan-21
Chief 419 14-Jan-21
t-roy 14-Jan-21
drycreek 14-Jan-21
Chief 419 14-Jan-21
From: Firehuntfish
14-Jan-21

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Leopard tortoise
Firehuntfish's embedded Photo
Leopard tortoise
One of our PHs took a cool photo of a pair of Leopard tortoises the other day. The Leopard tortoise is on of the "Little 5 of Africa". Can anyone name the other 4?

From: t-roy
14-Jan-21
Ant lion is one of them (ok, I cheated!)

When we were kids, we would catch ants and other tiny insects and drop them in the circular coned shaped traps that the ant lions would make in the dry dirt/sand.....Cheap entertainment.

From: Chief 419
14-Jan-21
Here's the other four: Elephant Shrew, Buffalo Weaver Bird, Rhinoceros Beetle and the Antlion. Taking the Little 5 might be a bigger challenge than the Big 5.

From: t-roy
14-Jan-21
I’d definitely go with a COC broadhead, for sure! ;-)

From: drycreek
14-Jan-21
Troy, we called them doodle bugs but they fed off those red ants just the same. Been a long time since I’ve seen one though. They are just one more creature on a long list that we don’t see in East Texas anymore.

From: Chief 419
14-Jan-21
I don't know why you'd want to use old school fixed broadheads. Nothing beats a Rage! :)

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