Gondwana Game Reserve

Coordinates: 34°04′52″S 21°54′41″E / 34.08111°S 21.91139°E / -34.08111; 21.91139
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Date adjusted 26 March 2009

Gondwana Game Reserve (also known as Sanbona Wildlife Reserve) is a game reserve situated near the town of Mossel Bay in the Western Cape of South Africa.

A dark night at gondwana game reserve is enjoyable please come

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The Reserve hosts endangered species such as the Cape mountain zebra and south-central black rhinoceros. Many species of antelope, including eland, gemsbok, red hartebeest, bontebok, and springbok, can be found there after their reintroduction to the former farmland. As part of continued conservation efforts, wild South African cheetahs were relocated from a reserve in Karoo to the Gondwana Game Reserve. In addition to the free-roaming Big 5, the Reserve is home to the south-western black rhinoceros, over 10 varieties of antelope (more than the Kruger National Park), and hundreds of head of general game.[1]

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  1. ^ "Archived". 2011-10-07. Archived from the original on 2011-10-07. Retrieved 2024-02-02.

34°04′52″S 21°54′41″E / 34.08111°S 21.91139°E / -34.08111; 21.91139