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By Hymeir K. THE exciting journey into the wilds of Ulu Muda to explore limestone caves that were not known to exist before and to see the rare specie of hornbills turned up another surprise.
The common dwarf mongoose (Helogale parvula), also known simply as the dwarf mongoose, is native to Africa. Its range extends from East Africa to Central Africa, south to Transvaal, and from Ethiopia and Eritrea. It prefers a habitat within open forests, arid grasslands, and bushlands at elevations of up to 6,561 feet. It is often seen in areas with termite mounds, where it likes to sleep, and can also be seen in areas with humans. It does not reside in extremely arid habitats or in forests...
The Southern Ground Hornbill (Bucorvus leadbeateri) is one of two species of ground-hornbill. This large-sized bird measures between 90 and 129 cm and is characterized by black coloration and vivid red-colored face and throat patches (yellow in juvenile birds). The white tips of the wings (primary feathers) seen in flight are another indicative characteristic. The beak is black, straight and presents a casque, more developed in males. Female Southern Ground Hornbills are smaller and...
The Abyssinian Ground-hornbill Bucorvus abyssinicus (also known as Northern Ground-hornbill) is one of two species of ground-hornbill. The other is the Southern Ground-hornbill.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.