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WHAT’S INSIDE – JAN – MARCH 2019

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Little Elephant Camp 32-33
Uganda A-Z Book34-35
Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary36-38
Yatai Lab by Yujo 39

40 ENTEBBE
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50 FORT PORTAL
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54 JINJA
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62 KAMPALA
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DID YOU KNOW: AARDVARK

The aardvark is a medium-sized, burrowing, nocturnal mammal native to Africa. It is the only living species of the order Tubulidentata, although other prehistoric species and genera of Tubulidentata are known. Unlike other insectivores, it has a long pig-like snout, which is used to sniff out food. It roams over most of the southern two-thirds of the African continent, avoiding areas that are mainly rocky. A nocturnal feeder, it subsists on ants and termites, which it will dig out of their hills using its sharp claws and powerful legs. It also digs to create burrows in which to live and rear its young. It received a “least concern” rating from the IUCN, although its numbers seem to be decreasing. The aardvark is sometimes colloquially called “African ant bear” or “anteater” (not to be confused with the South American anteater), or the “Cape anteater” after the Cape of Good Hope. The name “aardvark” (Afrikaans pronunciation: [ˈɑːrtfark]) comes from earlier Afrikaans (erdvark) and means “earth pig” or “ground pig” because of its burrowing habits.

Source: Wikipedia 

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