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The re-introduction of springbok Antidorcas marsupialis into South African National Parks – A documentation

G. de Graaff, B. L. Penzhorn
Koedoe | Vol 19, No 1 | a1184 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/koedoe.v19i1.1184 | © 1976 G. de Graaff, B. L. Penzhorn | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 15 August 1976 | Published: 15 August 1976

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G. de Graaff, National Parks Board of Trustees, Pretoria, South Africa
B. L. Penzhorn, National Parks Board of Trustees, Pretoria, South Africa

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The introduction and establishment of springbok populations in four South African National Parks are discussed. Springbok have failed to establish themselves in the Addo Elephant National Park but are thriving in the Mountain Zebra, Golden Gate Highlands and Bontebok National Parks, although the latter Park is extralimital to their original range.


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