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Old Jul 30, 2013, 1:29 AM   #1
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Did not know what a Springbok was, had to Google. Taken at a zoo?

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JJ - a Springbok is a native of southern Africa and is also the name given to the international SA Rugby team as they tour the world playing rugby. As a team they are 'ferocious' players - matched in NZ by the Kiwis who scare off predators etc with their Haka dance of welcome

Grounded - nice shot of the mid-day resting of the animals

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