We couldn't wait to check the Trails camera (thanks Julian) - we set it up by the boma!First thing in the morning we downloaded the pics to see who came to visit while we were sleeping!
Stachelschwein to the Germans ( Sticky - pig ), Ystervark In Afrikaans,ingungumbane to the Zulu,Porcupine to the English! Whatever language - they're cool.
There are two trees close together - one is a big leafy Natal Mohogany which the Vervet Monkeys sleep in during the night - the porcupines have been nibbling on the bark and roots of the tree every few nights for years, Porcupines can live 12 - 15 years in the wild.They lie on their tummys too get in a comfy position for this - the main course.
For dessert there is a Marula tree right next to the Mohogany, dropping delish fruit daily now.
What a pleasure!