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27 December 2020, 23:56
Wild Images In Motion
Bat Eared Fox
This was a great specimen to work on, cool Bat Eared Fox.


Wild Images In Motion
28 December 2020, 00:25
Big Wonderful Wyoming
We had those on the base I was on in Djibouti and Somalia.

They were not on license in Namibia in 2005, but they were everywhere.

Makes a special trophy, and you did a nice job.
30 December 2020, 09:49
Use Enough Gun
Outstanding job! Well done! I've seen a number of them in Africa, especially in Namibia.
31 December 2020, 22:29
Yes, it is outstanding!
Cool colors and markings too.

08 January 2021, 19:15
He looks about to pounce!

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08 January 2021, 21:48
L. David Keith
Every other year on the Eastern Cape I see a great many of them; during the day or night. The off years I'll see less than half a dozen. Their population reminds me of east TN Ruffed Grouse, it's either plenty or few. The same can be said for the Aardwolf. My PH friends pick them off the roadside and usually are in perfect pelt condition. Permits are not easy to come by. Great looking pose Robert. LDK

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