Another sighting brought my eyes down from the stars and that was a pair of African Porcupines in a ground burrow. They seemed to be having trouble getting comfortable but Imanuel said they were probably on honeymoon. But the love fest broke up fairly fast as the male came out of the burrow-like nest and began noisily chewing on some vegetation he had found. It was a splendid sighting in the night. The Education Safari was interesting because it gave us details on the formation of the AfriCat Foundation, showed us the collaring devices used to monitor the cats, exhibited the kinds of needles used to tranquilize them when necessary, and informed us on how the money donated is used in the conservation of the wild world contained on the AfriCat preserve.
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