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NOTTINGHAM ROAD - 21 February 2016 - Three Blesbok keep a wary eye as they graze on the hills of The Bend Estate outside Nottingham Road. The antelope with its distinctive white face and forehead is endemic to South Africa. Once hunted nearly to extinction, its numbers have rebounded and there are esimated to be a quarter of a million of the animals, most of which live on private farms and estates like The Bend. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP
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Giordano Stolley 2016
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NOTTINGHAM ROAD - 21 February 2016 - Three Blesbok keep a wary eye as they graze on the hills of The Bend Estate outside Nottingham Road. The antelope with its distinctive white face and forehead is endemic to South Africa. Once hunted nearly to extinction, its numbers have rebounded and there are esimated to be a quarter of a million of the animals, most of which live on private farms and estates like The Bend. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP