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The paper presents a preliminary study of ageing criteria in the Spring Hare, Pedetes capensis. The criteria investigated are mainly those which are established techniques in other small mammals, in…

When the Leopard's Kopje Culture was first recorded it was clear that it had much in common with the material from Hillside, Bulawayo, and probably also with some material from…

The relationship between body weight and testis weight in male Impala (Apyceros melampus) was significant. There was no significant difference between the weight of the left or right testis. A…

The populations of Eurocephalus anguitimens Smith, 1836 can be arranged into two sub-species E.a.anguitimens and E.a.niveus.

The order of tooth eruption and replacement in the Burchell's Zebra, Equus burchelli Gray is described. These data were obtained from 1100 skulls at the Natural History Museum Zimbabwe, Bulawayo.…

In order to feed a Lanner Falcon it was necessary to provide a diet containing roughage in the form of the feathered carcasses of birds. The Red-eyed Dove, Streptopelia semitorquata,…

Observations are recorded on the courtship and copulation behaviour in three different family family groups of warthog seen in Wankie National Park . Two cases of pre-courtship fighting are also…

Some aspects of the life history and behaviour of the Banded Mongoose, Mungos mungo, are presented. These are based on field observations and data from a pair of animals kept…

The preorbital, pedal and preputial glands on Sharpe's grysbok, Raphicerus sharpei are discussed. A short note on the mammae of Ourebia ourebi is also included.