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  • tam10 by tam10 scientist

    #wildebeest bull

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  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    Yes, I've seen several photos (about 12-16.6.2015) like these in this camera, each (1-3) in own corner (even at night). Thought they maybe

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  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    each kept a small own territory around them during rutting time to attract females.(They came here with bigger herd that spread out)

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  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    When wb.migration herd pauses to rest,graze this time of year (rutting),bulls establish temporary territories.Maybe this such event 😃

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  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator

    If it's a bull, its horns do not look thick enough for a territory holder. Looks more like female. But I could be wrong - educate me!

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  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    Can't educate, tried to find proof 😃 but found only these ASG001r6xf , ASG001qsbh maybe this individual and most likely I am wrong about

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  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    the hole idea of this scene. e.g. ASG001pjao , ASG001ow4r , ASG001rirk , ASG001r2fr , ASG001qjna , ASG001svza are bulls from other days 😃

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  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator

    Ok, thanks for those examples, I think I was wrong and I can believe you have a young bull here 😃

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  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    Thanks, big relief for me 😃 and of course I'm not sure about my theory here, it was just a thought. but at least some kind, interesting

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  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    "boy-behaviour" in this camera during those days 😃

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