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The aberrant form of the cheetah known as the "King Cheetah" is characterised by possession of softer,longer and silkier hair and partial replacement of normal spots by bars. Specimens have…

The Largescale yellowfish, Barbus marequensis, were collected in Mpopoma Dam, Matobo National Park, ZImbabwe from April 1987-March 1988. No marked difference in weight were noted between the sexes, although females…

The Cryptosepalum forests characteristic of the Kalahari Sands of the North-Western Province of Zambia are low but extreme dense and dark forest with little grasses. This is report of the…

This is a report on a School's Exploration Society to the Zambezi basin Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) to various Iron Age sites which includes the ruins known as Ruswingo we…

This paper presents a preliminary study of ageing criteria in the Spring Hare, Pedetes capensis. The criteria used were weight of eye lens, weight of the baculum, and ossification of…

This is a report on additional excavations which including digging of pits and trenches at Leopard's Kopje, southern Matabeleland. Three phases of the Leopard's Kopje Culture have been distinguished based…

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

The population of the White-crowned Shrike, Eurocephalus auguitimens, is arranged into two subspecies due to colour variation.