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Southern Africa Travel Guide

Ostriches


They can’t fly and it's childs play to spot them, but ostriches are birds still. They are very common on farmlands, especially around Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape, but also in the wild in the many game parks where they usually live in nomadic groups of up to 50 individuals.
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