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Settlement in the Witwatersberg, south of the Hartbeespoort Dam, in the former Pretoria district. Said to have been named after two brothers of General Andries Pretorius, namely H.P.N. and H.A. Pretorius, who lived there; the name is derived from Dutch broeder, 'brother'.
Broederstroom is near to Pelindaba, which houses two nuclear reactors for research purposes.
The Lion Park was founded by the Chipperfields Circus in November, 1966. Located in the Gauteng-Tshwane complex, the climate is perfect for highveld fauna and the native animals found in this park. The Park is split into two areas. Herbivores and carnivores are separated and herbivores such as zebra, giraffe and other antelope are available for close-up viewing. The carnivores include three prides of lion and one clan of hyena. They are surrounded by barriers and fences to protect each pride from one another. Lions are extremely territorial and will attack if intruders enter their terrain. The lion housed here are indigenous to Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Limpopo, and Botswana. The Lion park is open all year from 08:30 - 17:00.
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