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FAQ/Walkthrough
PS3 2009

Version:        1.0     released on the 22nd of March 2012
Author:         odino   http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/47976.html
This guide is EXCLUSIVELY available at GameFAQs.

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| |                           TABLE OF CONTENTS                            | |
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| 01.) Introduction                                              |   G0100   |
| 02.) Basics                                                    |   G0200   |
|       Roadmap                                                  |   G0210   |
|       Game Options                                             |   G0220   |
|       Shopping                                                 |   G0230   |
|       Camera                                                   |   G0240   |
|       Tools                                                    |   G0250   |
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| 03.) Missions                                                  |   G0300   |
|       Others                                                   |   G0310   |
|       Big Game Trophy                                          |   G0320   |
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| 04.) Locations                                                 |   G0400   |
| 05.) Animals                                                   |   G0500   |
| 06.) Trophies                                                  |   G0600   |
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| XX.) FAQ                                                       |   GXX00   |
| YY.) Version History                                           |   GYY00   |
| ZZ.) Credits & Thanks                                          |   GZZ00   |
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01.)                    INTRODUCTION                                 G0100
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Welcome to the 'Afrika' guide for the Playstation 3. This game is also known as
'Hakuna Matata' in Asia.

Suggestions, comments or errors - email me about it. Enjoy!


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02.)                    BASICS                                       G0200
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This game is all about exploring, shooting photos of animals and scenery as
well as other related tasks such as recording animal sounds and collecting
artifacts. It can be tedious and time-consuming to fulfill mission objectives
but if you play as the game intended you will usually progress steadily and
always have something on your hands. There are no guns in the game by the way,
don’t even ask. Your weapon of choice is a camera.

Roadmap:                                                             G0210
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Missions are given to you are the email screen with is accessible from your
laptop at the base camp. At the start of the game you are given the mission to
photograph every kind of animal. This mission never goes away even if you
complete the animal encyclopedia (called Field Guide at the laptop) these
photos fill. While you can always freely explore the area after the beginning
introduction tours, you should always look out for animal types including their
male, female and infant versions. As the game goes on, new animals will be
added to existing areas (the game will kind of tell you about it once and there
are sometimes hint emails, but often you are not told). What your other concern
should be is always having missions aside from this one in your screen. You can
get these by three ways:
* Send photos of animals; these animals will usually have a mission that is
   unlocked once you have discovered it, although that does not mean this is
   the only way to unlock the mission - just that it will unlock faster. Some
   missions require you to spot it first and submit for Mission 001 before a
   follow-up mission drops into your inbox.
* Trigger a scene. This is usually done while exploring and you come across
   something unusual in the field. This tends to have been unlocked before by
   completing other missions.
* Complete missions. As you complete one, another one usually unlocks. This 
   will be your most common continuance.

You always have to sleep after completing missions to receive new email the
next day.

If you ever find yourself lacking missions to do, you have not explored well
enough and have not submitted pictures of animals for the first mission. There
is always something to do in the area, even if it is an annoying mission you
are struggling to complete. You do not necessarily have to complete a mission
to progress as the game gives you enough leeway to continue eventually if you
have done enough. The "!" missions are usually vital to progress though.

Aside from the unique first mission there are two kind of missions. The normal
kind that can freely do on your own time and submit whenever you want, and the
kind of mission you have to accept to activate. The latter kind will have a
white exclamation mark in your inbox and once accepted will have a red tick
next to it. Big Game missions count to the latter kind of missions, too. If you
do not active the mission from the email screen you will usually not be able to
complete the mission. For example, if the mission asks to photograph an ostrich
dance, you have to accept the mission for then and only then will the male
ostrich do a dance in their areas. After the mission is complete you will never
see the ostrich dance again either. You also cannot replay missions thus once
you have had the chance to submit a photo you will be stuck with the result.
You can replay Big Game hunts from the safari menu.

Speaking of results, submitting photos gives you an evaluation grade which
consists of four criteria:
1. Angle. As far as I understand, straight pictures are always better than an
          animal at ~45 degrees. This gets more complicated with animals at low
          ground at in the air but to be honest you can often not do much about
          the angle.
2. Target: Did you get your objective into the picture well, is it partly
           hidden or full of other animals on the side?
3. Distance. The further you are away the worse your grade. Once you get better
             equipment you can zoom in really far and make it appear like you
             are so very close, but you are still penalized for being too far
             away because I think the game knows you are have super zoom now.
             You can also get a bad evaluation from zooming in too close of
             course, which tends to just happen for rushed photos you are just
             happy to have at all (I'm looking at you, angry zebra!)
4. Technique: No idea how to get this better. I played around with the options
              for the camera but it always turned out to be random results.
The best and highest grade is A (sorry, no S grade here) and the lowest is a D.
Your grade impacts the amount of money you get for the photo, with only as
little as 30% sometimes given to you as reward. If you fail the mission, this
screen will tell you what you did wrong, such as "not in portrait mode" or
"failed to spot animal x". In these examples, the former means you took the
picture holding the controller wrong, with the latter meaning that the picture
does not contain the animal because it is simply not there or the picture is
unclear. The game does not even keep a score of the evaluations past this
screen so trying harder is not that useful, and money is given to you aplenty.
I think even scoring all Ds will pay for all the goodies in the shop
eventually.

The amount of money you get from a mission also depends on its difficulty.
Frankly this is not a sign of how tricky it is to photograph but often just a
measure of how hard it is to find the objective. Sometimes I get the feeling
that a) the game wants to throw money at you by making the rank higher and b)
the game wants to intimidate the player with the amount of cameras (stars).
Almost all Big Game hunts are easy to trigger and once they are ongoing the
chances to snap photos is very high. I do not think the developers gave it much
thought and really just wanted to make the money flow in steadily.

Money is spent on items in the shop, including a highly useful camp tent and
photo memory, and a less than useful photo frame. Money is also spent on camera
equipment and lenses. These are expensive but always worth upgrading (I would
not use the most expensive lens though, it has no zoom capabilities!). You
should have enough money to buy when they become available as the better camera
equipment makes taking photos such much easier afterwards. The investment is
worth it alone, so if you think you are low on money (you really should not be
unless maybe you never try Mission 001) then hold on buying useless junk like
picture frames or jeep paint jobs at this point. You can always buy it again
later in the game as you are given way too much money then.

You start the game at Base Camp, your starting point for every safari unless
you camped out on the field.  Here all the options for your base camp
operations:
* Bookshelf: View safari log, camera manual, and magazines feature your photos.
* Photo Frame: Photos can be displayed here. (Must be bought from the shop
               first)
* Map: View a map of the location you've explored.
* Bed: Sleep until the next day.
* Partner: Talk to your partner who may know something useful, but most of the
           time not. Incidentally you can find the tour guide outside the camp
           during certain times of the game but his tips are not much better.
* Laptop PC: This is a vital piece of equipment. Check your inbox daily,
             transfer photos or view your photo gallery, shop for stuff, read
             the field guide and save the game.
* Camera: View cameras and lenses.
* Tools: View equipment and items.
* Exit: Leave base camp.

Your main portion of the game is spent traveling from base camp where you read
your email and stock up on new stuff, to traveling to the area of the mission.
The trek can be bumpy and annoying, I know, but you have to accept that is the
way to do it. If you take too long to explore the day will eventually end (I
think it is 30 minutes if you just stay in the same area). Driving between
areas will speed up the day a little. Once the sun has set you return to base
automatically without having to drive there. Alternatively you can just press
Triangle and select 'End Safari' to return to the base camp. Once you bought a
camp you can choose to camp out in the area and continue the next time, saving
you time trekking back here the next day. These are unfortunately the only
shortcuts the game offers you.

There is, however, a nifty Field Menu that enables you to change camera, view
mission objectives and check your photos while out on the field. Bring it up
with the Triangle button when out on safari. The Photos option lets you view
all photos on your current memory that is located in the camera, not the photos
you have already transferred (i.e. moved) to the laptop back at base camp. The
camera option lets you change camera and lens while outside. This is handy
because you might want a better zoom than expected. I suppose all this
equipment is back in your truck somewhere. Use the Missions option to see all
available missions just as saw coming in your inbox, only this time they are
displayed simpler an with more mission objective logic, e.g. must use trap cam.
Tools merely lets you look at what you tools you have, there is as usual no
interaction with there. End Safari you know already, it lets you warp back to
base instantly (only works if you are not currently under alert mode).

What I tend to do is set a safari itinerary for myself that day. I check what
missions I have, accept one that needs to and note the rest that does not need
to be accepted to work during daytime (for night missions you really almost
have to complete it one by one). Next I look what regions these are and maybe
just concentrate on nearby ones, as driving around from one area to another can
not only be annoying but also be very time consuming. Plan a route that is best
to accomplish all during that day and go on tour. Sometimes you will find that
it does not always work out as planned, just ignore it and move on with the
next one. You are not forced to complete all quickly but during my later stages
when I got used to the game more I knocked out 2-3 email missions per day
easily, almost always cleaning out my inbox in the process. Open the safari
menu (Triangle) and check the Mission option to see what there is to do. This
screen does not show you which missions need to be accepted to get triggered
though, it does show you what the mission requires (i.e. using a trap cam,
night photo and so on) instead which is rather useful.

Cameras come in many forms. There is the default camera you hold in your hand
and this one can be fully upgraded to better (Sony) stuff as you play more.
Lens upgrades are vital in the game. This will be your main "weapon". Pressing
Triangle in camera view will give you options for this camera, with consecutive
shots being the most useful one in Big Game missions. For some missions this is
not good enough, and you would be crazy to try and sneak up on an animal like
the crocodile to snap some photos with that thing. Not to worry as the game
offers you the appropriate tools when you need it. The first such camera is the
trap set. The trap can be placed anywhere the icon is shown, which is at pretty
much any key location. Set it down, aim it at the spot and ensure the zoom is
correct too. You can also position yourself into the picture later, and even
hold a pose by pressing a D-Pad button while standing still (yeah, James is not
that useless to have around after all). Trap cams are usually done for animals
that are shy and hard to capture on film, and adding yourself into the picture.
RC (Remote Control) cameras are used to get close to the animal without walking
there yourself. It can easily get destroyed though.

I highly recommend you save the game regularly to avoid redoing annoying
things. The save is huge (367MB or something) and will take a while but it is
worth it.

As you progress the game there will be more animals showing up and eventually
you will have seen them all. Some rare ones are only easily available in
missions so be careful about losing the only photographic evidence you have at
this point, saving you time not having to track it down the hard way later.
That is almost all there is to the game, with some special missions such as
collecting evidence aside.

Game Options                                                         G0220
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The very first menu you see just gives you the choice to start a new game or
continue a saved game. After all this loading you press START and then there is
more loading.

The next menu is what I call the proper main menu. Here you get three options
and their sub-options:

Safari
 Start Safari
 Photo Gallery: View photos you have taken on your safari.
 Big Game Trophy: Replay Big Game trophies as much as you want.

Geo Afrika: Learn all about Africa and its animals.
 AFRIKA Field Guide: This is the same as accessible from your laptop, read
                     about all the animals you have discovered and view their
                     3D models.
 National Geographic Library: View photos and videos provided by National
                              Geographic. More unlock by discovered more
                              animals.
 AFRIKA Viewer: View the habitats of AFRIKA.

Options
 Music Volume: 0 to 10...I suggest turning it low as it is very repetitive.
 Midnight mode: This setting can only be used with a surround sound setup. By
                turning it on you get a nice feeling of being on safari.


Shopping                                                             G0230
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300mm F2.8G
Cost: 760,000
Serious telephoto lens with a large aperture of 1/2.8. Yields excellent images
in sports, portrait, or landscape photography.

Vertical Grip for alpha700
Cost: 35,000
A special accessory for the alpha700 improving its vertical shooting
capabilities when attached to the bottom of the camera body.

DT 55-200mm
F4-5.6
Cost: 40,000
A telephoto zoom that really shines when you need to take aim at faraway
wildlife. Not recommend for landscape photography.

DT 18-250mm
F3.5-6.3
Cost: ...
An all-around lens great for every photo op. Its focal distance of 375mm
approaches the power of specialized telephoto lenses.

DT 16-105mm
F3.5-5.6
Cost: ...
Zoom with 24mm wide-angle to 158mm midrange telephoto (35mm film equivalent)
coverage. Advanced wide-angle capabilities.

alpha700
Cost: 200,000
Alpha series' top model. Uncompromising image quality and rich feature set
designed to meet the demands of every professional.

Paint job: beige
Cost: 100,000
A new coat of paint for your Suzuki Jimny. Choose from five colors: red, white,
green, blue and beige.
All future coats are free of charge!

Paint job: blue
Cost: 100,000
A new coat of paint for your Suzuki Jimny. Choose from five colors: red, white,
green, blue and beige.
All future coats are free of charge!

Paint job: green
Cost: 100,000
A new coat of paint for your Suzuki Jimny. Choose from five colors: red, white,
green, blue and beige.
All future coats are free of charge!

Paint job: white
Cost: 100,000
A new coat of paint for your Suzuki Jimny. Choose from five colors: red, white,
green, blue and beige.
All future coats are free of charge!

Paint job: red
Cost: 0 (You have this by default, this is only for switching back and then it
         is still free)
A new coat of paint for your Suzuki Jimny. Choose from five colors: red, white,
green, blue and beige.
All future coats are free of charge!

75-300
F4.5-5.6
Light and compact telephoto lens with coverage from mid- to full-range. Serve
all your telephoto needs with a single lens.

alpha350
Cost: 100,000
A next-gen digital SLR that retains the alpha100's popular features and
improves on them. Easy-to-use just got a lot easier.

DT 18-200mm
F3.5-6.3
Cost: 67,000
A high-powered all-in-one zoom lens with coverage from 27mm wide-angle up to
300mm telephoto (35mm film equivalent).

24-105mm
F3.5-4.5
Cost: 65,000
Compact, high-powered standard zoom lens. 36mm wide-angle to 158mm midrange
telephoto (35mm film equivalent).

Camping Tent
Cost: 48,000
You're far from the camp, the sun's setting fast. Voila, a tent that lets you
wake up fresh next day and start from the same area.

Photo Storage
50
Cost: 48,000
A storage solution increasing the number of photos you can hold to 50.

Photo Storage
100
Cost: 98,000
A storage solution increasing the number of photos you can hold to 100. Carry
it with your camera without feeling weighed down.

Photo Frame
Cost: 68,000
A poster-sized frame that lets you hang that one special photo on the wall.


Camera:                                                              G0240
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There are 4 cameras and 8 kinds of lenses to choose from.
Cameras:
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TYPE F
A camera with basic features intended for amateurs.

alpha100
An easy to use camera utilizing Super SteadyShot Image Stabilizer and Advanced
Autofocus.

alpha350
The successor of the alpha100, this camera is equipped with the latest of
digital technology.

alpha700
A versatile camera with superb image quality intended for professional use.

Lenses:
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DT 18-70mm F3.5-5.6
This standard zoom lens mimics the human eye's fields of vision for a true
perspective. Not intended for long-distance shots.

24-105mm F3.5-4.5
A 4.3x zoom lens well suited for snap shots. Equipped with improved long
distance capabilities.

DT-18-200mm F3.5-6.3
A versatile 11.1x telephoto lens capable of an easy transition between wide
angle shots.

75-300mm F4.5-5.6
A telephoto lens well suited for zooming in from a distance.

DT 16-105mm F3.5-5.6
A wide angle lens best suited for landscape shots. Also suited for dynamic
close-ups.

DT 18-250mm F3.5-6.3
A truly versatile lens capable of capturing superior long-distance shots. Also
allows for a quick transition between a variety of distances.

DT 55-200mm F4-5.6
A telephoto lens equipped with advanced long-distance capabilities. Unsuited
for landscape shots.

300mm F2.8G
A must-have telephoto lens among professionals Advanced skill is necessary as
no zoom function is equipped.


Tools:                                                               G0250
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These are all 20 tools (also referred to as items) the game has to offer. Most
of these are given to you for free, some are bought at the shop and then some
others are earned through missions.

01: Binoculars
These 7x50 binoculars are fit for any safari. Use with R1 button.
Gained: Automatically from the start of the game

02: GPS Map
Map tool which uses GPS technology to track your location. Use with SELECT
button.
Gained: Automatically from the start of the game

03: Camping Tent
A compact, lightweight dome tent for setting up camp.
Lets you camp out in the wild without returning to the camp in the evening,
saving time going back and forth.
Gained: Bought from the shop.

04: Photo Storage 50
Photo storage media. Capacity: 50 photos.
Semi-useful if you want to take more photos without loading and deleting them
all the time.
Gained: Bought from the shop.

05: Photo Storage 100
Largest available photo storage media. Capacity: 100 photos.
Gained: Bought from the shop.

06: Vertical Grip for alpha700
Prevents camera shake for vertical shots. For use with alpha700.
Gained: Bought from the shop.

07: Trap Cam Set
Shoot photos from a distance using infrared remote. Custom for TSETSE cameras.
Gained: Automatically, once you need it for a mission it will arrive the same
day.

08: RC Cam Set
Attach a TSETSE camera to an RC car for remote controlled photography.
Gained: Automatically, once you need it for a mission it will arrive the same
day.

09: Night Safari Set
Includes jeep spotlight and LED headlights for night safaris.
Gained: Automatically, once you need it for a mission it will arrive the same
day.

10: Gun Mic Set
Gun mic and recorder for audio recording
Gained: Automatically, once you need it for a mission it will arrive the same
day.

11: Transmitter Retrieval Set
Radio wave tracker and remote for Crittercam retrieval
Gained: Automatically, once you need it for a mission it will arrive the same
day.

12: Crittercam
Self-shooting attachable animal camera for the Crittercam project.

13: Sound data 1
African Elephant Trumpet sound data.
Gained: Through mission recording

14: Sound data 2
Pelican Cry sound data.
Gained: Through mission recording

15: Sound data 3
Cheetah Cub Cry sound data.
Gained: Through mission recording

16: Wildebeest skull
Wildebeest skull found on Mamba Beach.
Gained: Collected for a mission

17: Thomson's Gazelle skull
Thomson's Gazelle skull found at Bone tree.
Gained: Collected for a mission

18: Eland skull
Eland skull found in Kongoti Wild.
Gained: Collected for a mission

19: African Buffalo skull
African Buffalo skull found at Nyati Kopje
Gained: Collected for a mission

20: Bottle
Empty bottle found at Polepole Falls.
Gained: Collected at the Polepole Falls at the end of the game. See the Trophy
section for more details on how and when to find it.


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03.)                    MISSIONS                                     G0300
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Missions come with exclamation marks means you should accept it to make it the
current active mission. If you select another one then it will not be active
any longer. Missions with an exclamation mark will have a trigger to ensure you
can take the photo and make it easier to fulfill the mission objective. For
example, waiting for a giraffe to drink water can take forever without having
it active. You can only have one mission active at any time. Other missions
such as taking photos of a topi's side can be done at any time. Special
missions include Big Game hunting which are sequences that allow you to take
photos during it.

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| Mission No.001: Important: Wildlife research request                        |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 3,000 (per animal incl. type)                                       |
| Location: multiple                                                          |
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  This mission is the first you get and ends only when field guide is complete
  although the mission will still be in your inbox then too. It practically
  counts as complete by submitting just 1 photo. You should be taken photos of
  each new animal you encounter (in this case you shouldn't care too much about
  your photo skills). Submitting a new animal will fill up the Field Guide in
  the laptop menu but also triggers new missions to appear in the future. Some
  missions only trigger this way, some will pop up faster but eventually pop up
  anyway. You only get paid for the first time you submit a photo of a new
  animal but do not let this stop you from submitting photos you are not sure
  about. I personally took a photo of a bird and was not sure about it,
  submitted it and it turned out to be a new one I had not taken before. In the
  air they often look alike. I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH: ALWAYS SUBMIT NEW
  ANIMALS AS YOU GET THEM! New animals start to appear in the old previous as
  you progress through the game, and new areas will always have a lot of new
  photos to snap. If you do not snap new animals you might eventually run out
  of missions in your inbox. I do not play that way so I never noticed it but I
  can see it happening.

  Most of the animals are not too hard to find, with most coming from mission
  objectives. Always submit the pictures after a mission. You can use the
  checklist below to keep track. Your main concern should be mission-only
  animals like the crocodile, but the babies can also be annoying to trigger.
  Keep in mind that they do not always spawn, some only spawn after you
  progressed far enough and some might only appear night/morning. If an animal
  does not show for a while you might want to try again a few days later (in-
  game days, that is) or what I found works is to restart the game. Random?
  Maybe, but with frustration trying to find a specific type of animal at a
  very high you might just want to try that too. A few of these locations have
  question marks since I am unsure if they are at that spot.

  Animal Name | Type (3D model) | Location(s) | Note
* Aardvark | adult | Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree & Anthill Area | Night Safari only
* African Buffalo | adult, baby | Kiboko Swamp - West | Lake Heroe - Ngiri
                                                        Rock, Cape Tree
* African Elephant | adult, child, baby | Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree ; Kiwanja
                                          Plain - Chui Kopje ; Choroa Gorge -
                                          Polepole Falls
* African Lion | male, female, child, baby | Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje & Fatu
                                             Kopje
* African Porcupine | adult | Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis | Night Safari only
* African Wild Dog | adult | Choroa Gorge - Dogo Rock
* Bat-Eared Fox | adult | Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Fountain | Night Safari only
* Black Crowned Crane | adult | Kiboko Swamp - northeast island & south
* Black Leopard | adult | Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis | Night Safari only
* Black Rhinoceros | adult, baby | Lake Heroe - Cape Tree
* Black-Backed Jackal | adult | Duma Steppe -southeast
* Bongo | adult | Lake Heroe - Cape Tree
* Bushbuck | adult | Lake Hero - South
* Cattle Egret | adult | Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree ; Kiwanja Plain
* Cheetah | adult, baby | Duma Steppe - Mtoto Hill
* Dik-Dik | male, female | Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Fountain
* Eland | male, female | Kiwanja Plain- Simba Kopje | usually north/northeast
                                                      of Simba Kopje
* Gerenuk | male, female | Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree
* Hartebeest | adult | Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree
* Helmeted Guineafowl | adult | Lake Heroe - Kanga Beach
* Hippopotamus | adult, baby | Kiboko Swamp - Korongo Flats ; Duma Steppe -
                               Hippo Pool ; Lake Heroe - Kanga Beach
* Hyrax | adult | Lake Heroe - Mt. Hakunamatata; Choroa Gorge - Kobe Sand
* Impala | male, female | Kiboko Swamp - South; Choroa Gorge - southeast
* Jackson's Chameleon | adult | Lake Heroe - on a log northwest of Dikidiki
                                Fountain
* King Cheetah | adult | Choroa Gorge - Kubwa Rock
* Kori Bustard | adult | Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje
* Lappet-Faced Vulture | adult | Duma Steppe - Bone Tree; Kiwanja Plain -
                                 Kongoti Wild
* Leopard | adult | Lake Heroe - Gate Tree
* Leopard Tortoise | adult | Choroa Gorge - Kobe Sand
* Lesser Flamingo | adult | Lake Heroe - Lake Heroe
* Marabou Stork | adult | Duma Steppe -Bone Tree ; Lake Heroe - Dikidiki
                          Fountain & Kanga Beach ; Kiwanja Plain - Kongoti Wild
* Masai Giraffe | adult, baby | Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree ; Duma Steppe - Awali
                                Oasis
* Meerkat | adult | Choroa Gorge - Anthill Area
* Nile Crocodile | adult | Kiwanja Plain - Mamba Beach (mission only); Kiboko
                           Swamp - Fever Trees | very, very rare occurrence at
                                                 Fever Trees late in the game
* Okapi | adult | Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Fountain
* Olive Baboon | male, female, baby| Lake Heroe - northwest of Dikidiki
                                     Fountain; Kiboko Swamp - Fever Trees
* Oryx | adult | Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree
* Ostrich | male, female | Choroa Gorge - Anthill Area| Kiwanja Plain - Simba
                                                        Kopje
* Pelican | adult | Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree
* Plains Zebra | adult, baby | Duma Steppe - Alawi Oasis ; Kiwanja Plain -
                               Simba Kopje
* Pygmy Hippopotamus | adult | Kiboko Swamp - northeast island
* Rainbow Agama | adult | Choroa Gorge - Polepole Falls; Lake Heroe - Mt.
                          Hakunamatata | Boulders at entrance to falls/mountain
* Ratel | adult | Kiboko Swamp - Baobab Tree| Night Safari only
* Red-Billed Oxpecker | adult | Lake Heroe - Ngiri Rock | only found sitting on
                                                          African Buffalos
* Reticulated Giraffe | adult, baby | Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje (and east of)
* Rueppell's Vulture | adult | Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree | Kiboko Swamp - Fever
                                                          Trees
* Scarab | adult | Kiwanja Plain - Kongoti Wild | near the branchy log
* Secretary Bird | adult | Duma Steppe - Bone Tree
* Spotted Hyena | adult | Duma Steppe - northeast; Kiwanja Plain - Kongoti Wild
* Superb Starling | adult | Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Foutain; Duma Steppe - Awali
                            Oasis; Kiboko Swamp - Baobab Tree; Choroa Gorge -
                            Sand Tree
* Temminck's Pangolin | adult | Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje | Night Safari only
* Thomson's Gazelle | male, female | Duma Steppe - Umbra Tree; Kiwanja Plain -
                                     south
* Topi | adult | Duma Steppe - Central
* Tsetse Fly | adult | Duma Steppe - Base Camp | southern-most tent's entrance
* Vervet Monkey | adult | Duma Steppe - Base Camp
* Warthog | male, female, baby | Kiwanja Plain - Chui Kopje; Duma Steppe -
                                 Alawi Oasis (adult only)
* Waterbuck | adult | Kiboko Swamp - South
* White Rhinoceros | adult, baby| Duma Steppe - southeast
* Wildebeest | adult, baby| Kiwanja Plain | northeast (baby is rare?)

  Here are links to the completed field guide in case you are not sure what
  animal you are missing:
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  Page 02: http://ui16.gamefaqs.com/2831/gfs_75523_2_9.jpg
  Page 03: http://ui10.gamefaqs.com/2185/gfs_75523_2_10.jpg
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  Page 05: http://ui03.gamefaqs.com/2626/gfs_75523_2_12.jpg
  Page 06: http://ui04.gamefaqs.com/291/gfs_75523_2_13.jpg
  Page 07: http://ui26.gamefaqs.com/633/gfs_75523_2_14.jpg
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| Mission No.002: Snap a Thomson's Gazelle!                                   |
| Research Req: Herd of Thomson's gazelles                                    |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Umbra Tree                                          |
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  You can find many of these Thomson's gazelle herds on the Duma Steppe and at
  this point in the game. If the game complains about your photo is probably
  because you shot too few in one go. I had 3~4 in my photo which I suppose
  constitutes as a herd.

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| Mission No.003: Snap a Hippo Yawning!                                       |
| The ultimate big mouth... You know who!                                     |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Hippo Pool                                          |
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  The Hippo Pool on the Duma Steppe is not far off the base camp. Hide in the
  bushes nearby and make sure the hippo is not noticing you because this is the
  first lethal meet in the game (ok, you will not die but get knocked out). You
  get plenty of warning anyway but when taking the photo you want to make sure
  you they are very relaxed in the pool. Incidentally is the probably the first
  photo shoot in the game that can take a while to complete and seems a little
  more difficult than many missions to come. Just watch the hippos sleep and
  eventually one will yawn too. It's easier than this description makes it
  sound.

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| Mission No.004: Snap a giraffe drinking water!                              |
| Another photo request just came in                                          |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis                                         |
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  After you accept the mission, drive to the Awali Oasis at the northwest side.
  Hide in a bush and soon enough a giraffe will come towards the pool of water
  and start drinking. Should that not occur you forgot to accept the mission,
  you always have to accept the missions with a "!" - final reminder. If the
  angle is not good right now then move around, and if you scare the giraffe
  away then you can be sure another one will follow soon enough.

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| Mission No.005: Snap the Cheetah Hunting!                                   |
| Big Game No.01: Cheetah Hunting                                             |
| Hunting at 60mph                                                            |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Mtoto Hill                                          |
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  Your first Big Game and this one is also quite good, and do not let the
  difficulty rating put you off either. The big game hunts are hard to fail.
  After a while you will find there are no missions and stepping outside will
  take you on a ride with the driver. He will spot the cheetah. This is the
  requirement for the mission to show up the next day. Activate it and ask the
  driver to get there. It will not be though, thus after driving around he will
  tell you to look around with the binoculars. A long round trip later and you
  will be back at the ant hill and spot the cheetah with binoculars. If you do
  not use the binoculars you will not see it. The driver will get closer and
  the sequence starts. Keep shooting photos while the cheetah hunts and this is
  will be an easy photo shoot. After the shoot you can find the cheetah with
  cubs on a hill nearby should you want to take a photo for the Field Guide
  now, although there will be many opportunities for the cubs later in the
  game. The driver will drive past it but the shot will not get much better
  than this for a while.

  This unlocks the Kiboko Swamp.

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| Mission No.006: Snap a Topi Side View                                       |
| Seeking materials for class slideshow                                       |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Central                                             |
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  Topi's are common on the Duma Steppe so hide nearby a few and one will surely
  walk by sideways soon enough. This is easy.

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| Mission No.007: Snap a zebra's face!                                        |
| Get a shot of those myriad stripes                                          |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis                                         |
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  Go to the Awali Oasis and stay in the bushes. Wait for one of the zebras to
  walk towards the bush and if it gets close enough take the photo. I can take
  a while for the best shot moment because your camera  is still kind of lousy
  at this point.

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| Mission No.008: Snap a Vervet Monkey!                                       |
| Tree monkey with a black face                                               |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Base Camp                                           |
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  These monkeys are outside the base camp and thus super easy to find. The
  requirement actually says the monkey should be climbing but what you are
  looking for is just a monkey sitting in the tree. I told you it was easy, but
  it's even easier once you drive yourself because then they not not scare away
  so easily.

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| Mission No.009 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.010 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.011: Giraffe Face Closeup                                        |
| Think you could get a giraffe at eye level?                                 |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis                                         |
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  Accept the mission or else the giraffe will never get close to the tree.
  Drive to the Awali Oasis and climb the bent tree at the north side. Wait for
  the giraffe to appear and eat the leaves. Take the photo. Easy.
  
  If you can, make a photo from up here with several different animals in the
  same shot, it will be used in a later mission and will save you a trip.

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| Mission No.012: Snap the boss African elephant!                             |
| Need a shot of the herd's top trumpet                                       |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Koboko Swamp - Center                                             |
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  Accept the mission and move out to the Kiboko Swamp. Your destination is the
  northeast island with the anthill where a cut scene will take over. Position
  yourself in front of the "boss" and take a good photo when it is close
  enough. The boss would be the one with the largest trunks. It can be a little
  tricky to figure out from a distance.

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| Mission No.013: Snap African Buffalo!                                       |
| Photo for "Nature Power" magazine                                           |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - West                                               |
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  This mission requires a simple shot of a buffalo which can be found in the
  Kiboko Swamp. You get a magazine cover for it and they will print pretty much
  anything (even if your photo sucks).

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| Mission No.014: Snap a baby elephant!                                       |
| Big Game No.02: Elephant Nurturing                                          |
| Looking for material for a new picture book                                 |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree                                         |
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  Accept the mission and drive to the Kiboko Swamp. Climb the Water Tree to
  start the scene. Take a photo as the baby elephant gets pushed up the slope
  for most points. Submit this photo for Mission 001 as well. This mission is
  four stars but not hard at all.

  This opens up the next area - Choroa Gorge.

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| Mission No.015: Snap an Impala Harem!                                       |
| Research Req: Impala harem                                                  |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - South                                              |
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  Impala herds can be found at the Kiboko Swamp and they do indeed travel as a
  harem, i.e. one male with the horns and several females. They do not always
  stick together and sometimes the all-important male wanders away a bit but
  you just need it and at least two females in the same picture to make it
  count as a valid photo. This might take some endurance because the herd tends
  to spread around on the field.

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| Mission No.016: Snap a cattle egret and elephant!                           |
| The African elephant's avian sidekick                                       |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree                                         |
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  You probably have these two together on a photo when you first took an
  elephant photo far away but that will only give you ~5,000 for this mission
  for such a lousy pic. It will pass it and save you a trip back but you will
  be heading back anyway and a better view is always welcome. Once the elephant
  herd has moved you can get close-up shots, and a better lens helps too.

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| Mission No.017: Snap a crowned crane!                                       |
| Snap us one of those stunning crowns                                        |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - south & northeast                                  |
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  Once you find a crowned crane (they fly around in the Kiboko Swamp) you will
  get the mission for a close-up with the crown. They tend to sit only rarely
  but I found them just after entering from the south side, although they also
  show up in the northeast area on the island with the anthill (west of the
  starting location of the elephant herd). For the photo you need a good shot
  of the crown which is only visible when sitting. I suggest waiting for a lens
  upgrade because they will fly away rather quickly and this can be annoying to
  track down early in the game.

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| Mission No.018 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.019 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.020 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.021: Snap an ostrich courtship scene!                            |
| Thanks for the other day!                                                   |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Anthill Area                                       |
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  Accept the mission to unlock the ostrich stance. Drive to the Choroa Gorge
  and a bunch of ostriches are already near the entrance from the east side.
  Hide in the bushes and let them come over (they probably ran away as you
  approached with the jeep). As you leave them alone you will soon see the male
  ostriches do a courtship dance which is easy to identify by the head and wing
  movements.

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| Mission No.022: Snap an elephant showering!                                 |
| African elephant cooling off in the water                                   |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Polepole Falls                                     |
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  Once accepted, make your way to Choroa Gorge and the Polepole Falls to be
  exact, the northern part with the waterfall. Wait for an elephant to shower
  (do not get too close) and also you have to change your camera to portrait
  mode (this is what they mean with vertical in the email) by holding your
  controller sideways. There are a few missions that require this so pay
  attention when taking photos. This mission is not very hard but I think if
  the elephants spot you they will just stand around like idiots until you
  return to the area. Also you can find an agama on a rock nearby leading into
  the falls, used for another mission later as well as Mission 001. Keep that
  around.

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| Mission No.023: Stake out a meerkat and snap a photo!                       |
| Cute little animal request                                                  |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Anthill Area                                       |
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  Drive to the Choroa Gorge and you should spot a meerkat at the northeast part
  of the map just north of where you enter (Anthill Area). The scene is the
  first step to unlock this mission. Once you are back at the camp your partner
  will point out that we need better equipment. Next day you will have the trap
  cam so head out for another try. Return to the Anthill Area and a tutorial
  will start, walk towards the spot indicated by the icon and place a camera,
  position the view and zoom so it targets the top of the hill and step away
  (not too far else you cannot take a picture or see the merkaat clearly to
  check what it is doing, but in my game the merkaats took forever to stand on
  the hill from the default position). You do not just want a picture - you
  want one with one standing. This can take a bit longer than expected so just
  wait a bit more. Retrieve the camera and check out the photos before heading
  back.

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| Mission No.024: Snap African wild dogs hunting!                             |
| Big Game No.03: Wild Dogs Hunting                                           |
| The endangered African wild dog                                             |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Central                                            |
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  During one of your missions to Choroa Gorge your partner will point some wild
  dogs hunting prey. This is the beginning of the mission. Wait for the email
  to arrive and accept it. Return to Choroa Gorge and soon a cut scene will
  trigger. The hunt will be a little long and you only want to start paying
  attention when the lone impala is running towards the chasm. The best shot is
  when the impala is just taken down.

  Submitting this should unlock Lake Heroe the next day. Climb the mountain
  after you arrive there, place the trap cam at the very end and take a picture
  of the lake scenery with you in the picture (this will be used in another
  mission later and you do not want to come here again, really). Also notice
  the animals sitting on the rocks along the path as you climb up. Useful for
  Mission 001. In the future you can also drive here from the south side coming
  from Duma Steppe's northwest exit, and in case you did not notice you can
  drive around the east side where there is a lake which leads back to said
  Duma Steppe. Go explore! (Driving around the east side is going to take a lot
  of your time in the game, why couldn't they just design a natural bridge or
  make a small gap at the western edge that one can cut across...jeez)

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| Mission No.025: Snap a Hartebeest's face!                                   |
| An animal known for its funny face?                                         |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree                                          |
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  Hartebeests are found in the Choroa Gorge and tend to just walk around by
  themselves. Wait in a bush nearby until it walks by but if you do not care
  much about your points then just position yourself in its path from a
  distance and zoom in as best as you can, making sure you snap the face.

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| Mission No.026: Snap a Rainbow Agama                                        |
| We'd like to see a rainbow-colored lizard                                   |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Polepole Falls                                     |
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  These can be found at the Polepole Falls in Choroa Gorge and you might have
  taken a picture of it while staking out the elephants. They are very colorful
  but the rock still makes you look around a bit. Any picture will do here.
  Keep the picture for later on as you will need it again, and submit it for
  Mission 001 too.

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| Mission No.027: Snap a close-up of an ostrich's face!                       |
| Looking for an ostrich face shot                                            |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Anthill Area                                       |
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  Ostriches can be found at Choroa Gorge. Get a close-up shot by waiting in the
  bushes or use a high zoom camera to get this. Not hard though.

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| Mission No.028 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.030 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.031: Record an elephant's roar!                                  |
| Urgent! African elephant's powerful roar                                    |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree                                         |
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  When you get the mission you will also get an email about the microphone
  arriving at the same time. Activate the mission and go to the Kiboko Swamp.
  Get near the elephants and a scene will play. Walk towards the elephants and
  start recording with O. If you are too far away you will not hear anything
  and waste time. If the tape runs out before you get a "Success" message you
  have to retry the next day. It took me a while because I think I was not
  close enough, or pointed at the wrong animals.

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| Mission No.032: Snap a flamingo taking off!                                 |
| Show of a flamingo taking off from a lake                                   |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Lake Heroe                                           |
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  You have to accept this mission first, then head to Lake Heroe and snap a
  photo when it takes off. This can take a while to get right so I suggest to
  make sure you took it correctly by snapping several before going back to Base
  Camp.

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| Mission No.033: Snap adult and baby olive baboons!                          |
| Got an ad job for you                                                       |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - northeast                                            |
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  Accept the mission to make it appear (you also first need to have been on Mt.
  Hakunamatata) at the northern side of Lake Heroe. Approach them quietly as
  usual and any picture will do. Also remember that the baby can be submitted
  for Mission 001, and the baby can be tough to get again later in the game.

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| Mission No.034: Be the first to snap a leopard hunting!                     |
| Big Game No.04: Leopard Hunting                                             |
| A silent hunter that sneaks up on its prey                                  |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - northeast                                            |
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  An email will get this started. Drive around the northeast part of Lake Heroe
  for a cutscene. There is nothing else for today so return back to base for
  sleeping. If I am not mistaken you can also get a new camera at this point so
  you might want to purchase it. The next day you can come to this spot for the
  actual hunt. The best shot is once again just when the leopard makes a kill.
  You want to aim slightly left to where the impala is grazing as the action
  will start up soon and not last too long.

  This unlocks Kiwanja Plain. Go explore (with your new lens no less)!

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| Mission No.035: Get a shot of a bushbuck's whole body!                      |
| Photo for "All About Mammals" field guide                                   |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Lake                                        |
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  There are a lot of these around Lake Heroe. Start by checking the Dikidiki
  Lake area or the north side of it. The ones you want have horns and your
  partner will point them out when you spot them through the binoculars first
  time. Make sure you have the whole body on the photo.

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| Mission No.036: Snap a marabou stork's face!                                |
| The true villain of the animal kingdom                                      |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Lake                                        |
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  These can be found at Dikidiki fountain at the east side of Lake Heroe, and
  also the south side of this area where the buffalos roam. You need to ensure
  the face is large enough.

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| Mission No.037: Snap an oxpecker!                                           |
| Research Req: Bird that "pecks" on bovids                                   |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Ngiri Rock                                           |
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  Find the water buffalos around Lake Heroe and after the mission has shown up
  you should find one that has an oxpecker riding it. If not just keep trying
  because it also did not show up for me at first.

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| Mission No.040: Capture shots of a wildebeest river crossing!               |
| Big Game No.05: Wildebeest River Crossing                                   |
| The wildebeest herd's spectacular moment                                    |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - northwest                                         |
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Once you get a report about a herd collecting at the river you should head
there once again (you already know about this from the tour of Kiwanja Plain).
Drive to the ramp down the river and a scene will play. Head back to the base
camp for now. The next day you get the email to return here yet AGAIN and this
time you can finally finish the hunt. Accept the mission and take pictures as
usual.

After this your partner should tell you about animals in other areas you may
have not discovered, meaning that new ones have shown up now. If he does not
say this now then it should pop up soon enough.

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| Mission No.041: Snap a reticulated giraffe and the sunset!                  |
| A single shot that symbolizes Africa                                        |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  Go to the Kiwanja Plain and wait for dusk. Switch to vertical shot by holding
  the controller sideways and snap a photo with a reticulated giraffe walking
  along the plain. This can be boring to wait out and once the sun sets you
  want to get a move on taking the picture as soon you will be asked to camp or
  return to base. A full day waiting around takes around 25~30 minutes. Keep
  this picture as you need it again later for a similar mission.

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| Mission No.042: Capture a close-up of a lioness!                            |
| Photo for "King of the Savanna" collection                                  |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  The female lion (lioness) roams around Kiwanja Plain sometimes even before
  you get the mission to take a photo. Make sure you are close enough for the
  picture to count.

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| Mission No.043: Snap Simba Kopje!                                           |
| Island of rock towering over the plain                                      |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  Accept the mission and head outside. James, the guide, will help you driving
  to Kiwanja Plain and point out a few more locations you could not find
  yourself. James asks you to take pictures of each Kopje but you are wasting
  your time really, so just head back to the jeep immediately and continue.
  What the email tries to hint is that it actually wants Simba Kopje and James
  will explain the name's meaning. After you finally arrive at the Simba Kopje
  you should place your trap cam nearby, point at the gigantic Kopje on the
  other side of the lake and position yourself into the picture. A good spot is
  the small rock on the edge of the lake just across it. Head back to the jeep
  to go back home.

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| Mission No.044: Snap a winning photo of a vicious Nile croc!                |
| Croc job for our star photographer!                                         |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Mamba Beach                                       |
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  Mamba Beach has a crocodile once the mission has been accepted. Once you
  arrive there (it is in the northeast if you have not been here before) a
  scene will show the croc. Use the RC car you just got to get the camera close
  and take a picture of its face. Also submit this for Mission 001 because the
  crocodile can be extremely tricky to find again later in the game!!!! Don't
  tell me I didn't warn you! The RC camera is a little tricky to maneuver,
  especially since you are on a slope here. The croc did not attack the camera
  in my playthrough but it seemed kind of vicious enough that you might bump
  into it by mistake. After a few bumps the camera is damaged enough that you
  have to return to base to repair it. After the photos are taken you can just
  press the button to close it and it will somehow return to you automatically.

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| Mission No.045: Snap adult and piglet warthogs!                             |
| Warm 'n' fuzzy shot of adult and baby                                       |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Chui Kopje                                        |
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  A family of warthogs will eventually show up at Kiwanja Plain (Chui Kopje).
  It can take a while, for me personally I was already at the 70+ missions
  before I finally managed to find the family but it will not hold up any
  progress. Keep checking back while you do other things in the area and
  eventually you should find them. Take a picture of a baby and at one adult
  together. Submit the piglet photo for Mission 001 too.

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| Mission No.046: Snap an eland from a treetop!                               |
| Seeking photo for upcoming lecture                                          |
| Difficulty: *                                                               |
| Reward: 10,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  This mission requires to have submitted the Eland prior, which can be found
  north of the Simba Kopje at Kiwanja Plain. I suggest you take the photo for
  the Eland correctly the first time to avoid another trip. What they want is a
  picture taken from a tree, and the tree to climb is at Simba Kopje. Chase the
  Eland to there with the car to complete it.

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| Mission No.049: Snap a pride of lions!                                      |
| Research Req: A lion's pride                                                |
| Big Game No.06: Pride of Lions                                              |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  Accept the mission. Drive to Simba Kopje over at the Kiwanja Plain to trigger
  a scene. Snap photos of the lion with her babies. The game prefers shots when
  she carries it in her mouth.

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| Mission No.050: Find the rock paintings!                                    |
| Investigate evidence of indigenous people                                   |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Dogo Rock                                          |
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  I think you need to accept, I never checked if the paintings are there before
  you get the email because it is at a location you would hardly explore. If
  you accept then you get a small scene to show the location, otherwise I
  suppose it is harder to find by yourself (then again, you have to be really,
  really close to trigger the scene anyway but it beats looking around
  forever). Drive to Choroa Gorge and drive to the north side of Dogo Rock. A
  scene will show you the painting on the rock. If you do not know where Dogo
  Rock is, drive to the west side of the path leading to the waterfall and you
  should see a bunch of boulders together.

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| Mission No.051: Snap hippopotamus territorial fighting!                     |
| Victory hinges on the size of their mouths                                  |
| Big Game No.07: Hippopotamus Fight                                          |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Kanga Beach                                          |
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  Accept the mission, head over to Lake Heroe from the south side and drive to
  the tree nearby the hippos. A scene will start the actual event. There are
  many good shots for this when they fight with their wide mouths open.

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| Mission No.052: Snap parent and calf Masai giraffes!                        |
| Your name came up for this job                                              |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree                                          |
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  You do not need to accept this to find Masai giraffe adults and child
  together but I guess accepting ensures there will be this pair when you drive
  to Choroa Gorge. Find them right in the middle of the map.

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| Mission No.053: Snap adult and calf reticulated giraffes!                   |
| Got time for one more?                                                      |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  You will find a baby reticulated giraffe at Kiwanja Plain by the time you
  find this email in your inbox. It is usually in the western part. Snap a
  photo with a parent together and submit the baby for mission 001 too while at
  it. It will safe you trouble later.

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| Mission No.054: Snap a Masai giraffe fight!                                 |
| Research Req: Fight between Masai giraffes                                  |
| Big Game No.08: Masai Giraffe Necking                                       |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree                                          |
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  Accept the mission, then drive to Choroa Gorge and drive to the other side of
  the tree in the middle to trigger a scene. Snap away when they hit each
  other. Funny, I used to think they do this for mating... I think it is
  actually also for play-fighting and just fooling around, but enough about
  geography. This is an easy mission like most big game hunts.

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| Mission No.055: Snap a gerenuk taking food!                                 |
| Urgent! Photo of "All About Mammals" guide                                  |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree                                          |
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  Head over to Choroa Gorge after accepting the mission and wait for the herd
  (it is near the big tree in the center of the wide area) to finally have one
  eating from a bush while standing on its legs. Make sure you are looking for
  the correct animal - these creatures have elegant long necks. It might take a
  while to get one starting to eat but it will happen if you keep a wide view
  and pay attention. They also tend to eat a while giving you plenty of time to
  snap the photo.

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| Mission No.056: Snap an African porcupine!                                  |
| Please start to survey nocturnal wildlife                                   |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis                                         |
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  This is the first mission for night equipment which will arrive at the same
  time. Accept the mission, sleep until night (or just leave if already past
  sunset) and let your partner drive until you reach the Awali Oasis. He always
  takes the same route thus this can take a while. I recommend waiting a few
  minutes until he reaches the right spot by taking a tea break or something as
  it is seriously boring to wait around otherwise. Once  you arrive there you
  should be able to spot this guy easily too. Also submit this photo for
  Mission 001 while you are at it. For another mission you might also want to
  snap a bunch of zebras in the same picture.

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| Mission No.057: Snap a beautiful photo of the sunset!                       |
| Notice of upcoming photo contest!                                           |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  If you kept the picture from the earlier sunset mission then just submit it
  again for a quick finish. Otherwise go over to the Kiwanja Plain and wait for
  sundown, snap the giraffe with the sun setting in the background (the sun
  needs to be in the picture) and do not forget to switch to vertical portrait
  mode as for all of these sunset missions.

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| Mission No.058: Snap an unusual tree with an anthill on it!                 |
| Any info about a tree with anthills on it?                                  |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Umbrella Tree                                       |
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  You have driven past this many times but maybe never noticed that there is an
  anthill right ontop of the tree trunk. The Umbrella Tree place is located at
  Duma Steppe. Place the trap camera at the nearby icon and step into the
  picture, then snap a quick photo and you are done.

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| Mission No.059: Snap an angry zebra!                                        |
| Wrath of the plains zebra                                                   |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis                                         |
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  The most difficult mission I had so far and maybe in the entire game because
  of the alert you require to raise as well as the camera issues you will most
  likely have. I suspect you will have trouble with this one too. The problem
  is not finding zebras because Duma Steppe has a lot and they are easy to
  find, plus it is close from the Base Camp if you need to retry it many times.
  The first issue is that this mission risks getting attacked. Find the zebras
  and try running after a bunch until one gets mad and starts the small scene.
  It is best to run into the group from the front and not right into the group
  center, mainly because if you need to turn around to face a mad zebra you
  might as well forget about it and try again. It will take you too long to
  turn around, point the camera, adjust the zoom and get the shutter speed
  right. You ideally want to face the mad zebra as soon as it is mad, and
  already have your zoom kind of fitting although the zoom will not kill your
  chances of getting the photo right. Quickly pull out the camera and start
  shooting pictures, VERTICALLY. This means you need another half a second to
  turn the camera around. The shutter speed might not be right on Auto but I
  tried playing with the other settings and it only got worse so I kept trying
  Auto and eventually the photo was all right. Make sure you also quickly tilt
  the camera vertically though... I said it was not easy. The zebra only makes
  one hoof motion and after that will attack if you wait around. Run away if
  you missed the chance or took the photo because you can always try again with
  this or another zebra. Do not get attacked!
  
  I highly suggest doing this without having any other important photos in your
  camera since you will lose them after the attack. Save at the Base Camp and
  try going out to Awali Oasis just for this. It might be frustrating enough to
  switch off the console soon.
  
  Get this right and I congratulate you, because the rest of the game's
  missions are rather easy compared to it.

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| Mission No.060: Snap a still of a car by the waterfall!                     |
| I hear there's a magnificent waterfall!                                     |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Polepole Falls                                     |
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  You should know where the waterfall is in Choroa Gorge by now. Park your jeep
  in the entrance way and move back, making sure you snap a picture with the
  waterfall in the background and the jeep in the foreground. The only thing I
  want to mention is that you should take care that no elephant gets too close
  to the car, but you can avoid this issue by just ending the safari before
  heading back to the jeep (who wants to drive all the way back from Choroa
  Gorge anyway!).

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| Mission No.061: Snap a baby hippo!                                          |
| Help! I'm stuck again...                                                    |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree                                         |
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  Find the hippo family in the center of Kiboko Swamp. You can take a picture
  of just the baby or one with an adult; both are actually acceptable (i.e. the
  email description is misleading/wrong). Mission 001 also wants a picture of
  the baby by the way.

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| Mission No.062: Collect the herbivore bones!                                |
| Could you hunt down some animal bones?                                      |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: multiple                                                          |
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  There are three bones (skulls) in total. They can be found at the following
  locations and you pick them up with the O button when standing next to it.
  You cannot pick items up when in alert mode (not that I suspect you having
  trouble with this in these locations).
  * Duma Steppe - Bone Tree, just at the base of the tree.
  * Kiwanja Plain - Mamba Beach, on the right side of the riverbed.
  * Kiwanja Plain - Kongoti Wild, on the side of the large mud pitch (opposite
                    of the larger branchy log)
  After you have all three, put them in the email (weird, yeah) and submit the
  report.

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| Mission No.063 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.064: Snap a lion vs. an African buffalo!                         |
| Job: Photo to be run in our newspaper                                       |
| Big Game No.10: Lion vs African Buffalo                                     |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Sawmp - West                                               |
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  Accept the mission and drive to the northwest area of Kiboko Swap to trigger
  a scene. Just take a picture of them staring at each other and it should be
  all right. I suggest you take a good picture of the lioness for another
  mission soon. You can also find the buffalo calf here. It disappears into the
  crowd soon but you can try to submit this one for Mission 001 nevertheless
  because you just want to have it in the Field Guide after all.

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| Mission No.065: Locate the lioness who wandered in!                         |
| Find the lioness with the box around her neck                               |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  You might already have a picture from the lion vs buffalo mission which you
  can simply submit again, but the points might not be too great. If you want
  to go again, accept the mission and drive to Simba Kobje and you should find
  her. Make sure it is the one with the critter camera (I do not think you can
  find another lion at this point).

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| Mission No.066: Capture a close-up of a male lion!                          |
| Lion, king of the beasts                                                    |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  Four stars for maybe not having a great camera, but any zoom will make this
  mission easy. Accept the mission to unlock the lion. Find the lion in Kiwanja
  Plain (Simba Kopje, where else?!) and make sure you turn your controller for
  a vertical shot. The lion tends to relax at the northern side next to some
  bushes, with many other females around. Watch out that you do not get too
  close to one of those ladies while sneaking closer.

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| Mission No.067: Snap spotted hyenas during the heist!                       |
| Animal thugs who steal others' prey!                                        |
| Big Game No.11: Opportunistic Spotted Hyena                                 |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Mtoto Hill                                          |
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  Accept the mission and drive northeast of Duma Steppe to where the hyenas
  hang out. The mission will trigger. Snap the hyenas stealing the food. Easy.

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| Mission No.068: Snap a Nile crocodile capturing prey!                       |
| To my dear Nile croc specialist!                                            |
| Big Game No.12: Nice Crocodile Ambush                                       |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Mamba Beach                                       |
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  Accept the mission and drive to Mamba Beach at Kiwanja Plain. Trigger the
  mission and snap when the croc takes a bite. It is very quick thus if you
  want a great picture you need to pay attention not to miss out. If you still
  need a crocodile picture for Mission 001 then this is your last easy chance.

  Seriously, go submit your photo for Mission 001 now because people have
  missed this and cried about it. It is extremely hard to find the croc again
  later. Done? Good...

  Really done? OK!

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| Mission No.069: Hide and snap a dik-dik!                                    |
| The dik-dik, a ball of nerves                                               |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Fountain                                    |
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  After reading the email, drive to Dikidiki Fountain at Leak Hero for a scene.
  This is all you can do today.
  
  The next day you get the proper mission email which you have to accept. Drive
  back to the fountain and find the dik-dik. Of course they will hide in the
  bushes when you arrive yet again. Set the trap cam. Point it into the bushes
  on the left of the couple tree where they hide. After you yourself hide in
  the nearby bush they will come out slowly en masse. Snap a few pictures to
  make sure they are all right. You can come out from the bush and take your
  own pictures but they will not count for this mission, but you can submit it
  for Mission 001 instead if you want more points (not worth it). After you
  retrieve the camera you might want to check the photos it took just to ensure
  you have those dik-dik in view.

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| Mission No.070 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.071: Snap the view from the mountaintop!                         |
| Beautiful view from the summit                                              |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Mt. Hakunamatata                                     |
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  If you did not climb Mt. Hakunamatata all the way to the top then you need to
  do so now. At the top is a trap cam spot where you can aim down at the lake.
  Make sure you stand within the picture as well. I told you to do this earlier
  and I hope you listened to me because this trek is not much fun at all!

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| Mission No.072: Snap a leopard tortoise!                                    |
| I'm no match for this creature!                                             |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Kobe Sands                                         |
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  Once you have received the email you can head over to Choroa Gorge's Kobe
  Sands and trigger a short scene. Drive closer to the muddy area and step out
  of the vehicle. The option for the RC camera becomes available. Use it to get
  close and you should simply quit after taking pictures without driving back.
  The photos somehow make it back to you. The problem with this terrain is that
  it is very bumpy and unless you stand at the top of the sands you might be
  out of reach soon (at least happened to me). Also submit the pictures for
  Mission 001.

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| Mission No.073: Record a pelican call!                                      |
| Urgent! Need that bird call                                                 |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree                                         |
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  Pelicans can be found at the east side of Kiboko Swamp. You can find them
  through your binos and walking close will have a small scene. Get even closer
  to get the action to pull out the mic. Do not worry if some or all fly away
  because they will soon land again, and maybe even closer than before. It just
  needs one of these to make a sound in the area to succeed and they should do
  it rather soon after landing. This one is definitely easier than the elephant
  sound recording earlier.

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| Mission No.074 Snap an African elephant lying down!                         |
| The smarts to survive in a cruel land                                       |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Chui Kopje                                        |
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  Head to Chui Kopje over at Kiwanja Plain and find the elephants sitting in
  the mud. This spot alternates between the elephants and the hogs but mostly
  has hogs. Come back later if you do not find the elephant now although I
  think the game is rigged that the elephants are more common at this point.

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| Mission No.075: Snap the African elephant tracks!                           |
| Please snap this if you spot it                                             |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Baobab Tree                                        |
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  The footprints can be found at the hollow baobab tree at Kiboko Swamp. You
  can find them leading up (or down) to the tree on either side and both are ok
  to submit as photo.

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| Mission No.076: Snap a photo of yourself with the Masai!                    |
| Job: Piece to be included in photo book                                     |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Masai Tree                                        |
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  You might have noticed the Masai boy earlier when touring the Kiwanja Plain
  with the guide. He stopped at the Masai tree and talk to him. The Masai boy
  is still here now waiting for you to set the trap cam and stand next to him.
  You have to be in the picture too.

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| Mission No.077: Snap adult and baby white rhinos!                           |
| Thanks! Our book is flying off the shelves                                  |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - southeast                                           |
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  I think you only get this mission if you submitted a photo of the white rhino
  before during the big game hunt. They will appear in the southeast of Duma
  Steppe after the big game hunt with the rhinos. Snap a photo of the calf and
  adult together. Submit the calf for Mission 001 too. If you can, try to take
  a shot from the front (the adult) close-up for another mission later as it
  will save you a trip.

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| Mission No.078 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.079 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.080: Snap tracks left by the mystery beast!                      |
| Please go verify this rumor                                                 |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Chui Kopje                                        |
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  Accept the mission and drive to Kiwanja Plain. At Chui Kopje you will trigger
  a small scene showing you the footprints (this is where the hogs and
  elephants like to hang out). Take a photo of the footprints in the mud.

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| Mission No.081: Retrieve the attached Crittercam!                           |
| Crittercam retrieval                                                        |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  This one is the first 5-star mission you had to do and unlike some 5-star
  missions later this is actually a little tricky. I find this the second
  hardest mission after the angry zebra but you tend not to be mauled so
  quickly and you also do not need to take a picture. With the right approach
  and some patience you will get this right.

  Accept the mission to unlock the lioness on the Kiwanja Plain. Drive there
  and watch for the spikes on your meter. It has to be high and close together
  to trigger a cutscene. If you put the pedal to the metal you will not get any
  signal thus it is better to just coast around. I am quite she is always found
  near Simba Kopje anyway so head there first to save some time. Sneak up to
  the lioness by using the bushes for cover and click the action button when
  close enough to remove the camera (why not simply tranq her and do it...hmm
  where is that James guy when you need him). If she spots you simply run away
  and try again. I was approaching her from the bush and could press the detach
  button from within and she did not see anything. Afterwards she will run
  away. Pick up the dropped camera and take it back to submit. Well done. The
  rest of the game is a cakewalk.

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| Mission No.082: Snap a Temminck's pangolin!                                 |
| The pangolin and its scale-covered body                                     |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  This is a night mission. Accept to get your partner to drive around Kiwanja
  Plain. Stop the car immediately and get out, turning around to face Simba
  Kopje. The pangolin is near the water hole, usually at the tree you can climb
  up. Do not wander too far off the car or you get hauled back. Remember to
  submit for Mission 001 as well. If you did not do earlier, snap a photo for a
  bunch of zebras together to save you a trip later.

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| Mission No.083: Snap a stampeding herd!                                     |
| Urgent! Publicity still for our documentary                                 |
| Big Game No.13: Herd of Wildebeests and Zebras                              |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 50,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Central                                           |
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  Drive to Kiwanja Plain and the scene will trigger shortly. Take pictures
  while running with the herd, easy enough. I believe from the front you will
  have a higher score rather than just their backsides which is why you only
  get a short time at this angle. You can also find zebra calfs after the scene
  if you have not already.

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| Mission No.084: Snap a lion cub!                                            |
| The innocent babe                                                           |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
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  You should already have many lion cub pictures but they want RC pictures this
  time. Accept the mission and drive to Simba Kopje. A scene will trigger,
  place the remote camera and take some closer-up photos. Note that the cubs
  will try to break the camera if you get too close.

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| Mission No.085: Snap an oryx in the glow of sunset!                         |
| The oryx and its long horns                                                 |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Sand Tree                                          |
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  Before you get this mission you need to snap an oryx in Choroa Gorge. Check
  the Sand Tree area for one. Once you have identified the oryx for Mission 001
  you should receive this email the next day. You can accept this to ensure the
  oryx shows up.

  I actually suggest you shoot the oryx at sunset anyway so you can submit the
  photo right away. Else go back and wait for sunset and take the photo in
  vertical mode, making sure the sun sets in the background.

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| Mission No.086: Catch a close-up of an African elephant!                    |
| Mind risking your life for a photo?                                         |
| Big Game No.14: On the Trail of an Elephant                                 |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Polepole Falls                                     |
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  Although this is a high difficult mission you are actually being driven by
  the partner and you just need to snap the elephant charging the camera, and
  it is actually very, very easy to complete. The mission needs to be accepted
  for you to trigger an event at Polepole Falls (that is over at Choroa Gorge
  if you forgot somehow). And why are we harassing the elephant again?? For the
  sake of taking pictures?! Jeez...

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| Mission No.087: Snap a baobab at dusk!                                      |
| Have any photos of a baobab?                                                |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Baobab Tree                                        |
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  This has to be done at dusk but do not worry about the sun setting in the
  background because you are stuck on an angle with this picture. You therefore
  want to combine this with something else and probably still have to wait a
  long time. Drive to the trees in southwest Kiboko Swamp, set the trap cam and
  climb into the hollow tree. Wait for the right moment and take the photo. Can
  be boring but it is easy.

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| Mission No.088: Get a low-angle shot of a baboon!                           |
| Seeking photo that shows a baboon's reaction                                |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Fever Trees                                        |
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  These baboons are in Kiboko Swamp (Fever Trees) because you cannot snap
  photos of the other ones with a remote camera. When you get close a scene
  will trigger. Sneak closer to the land mass and launch the RC (because the RC
  cannot cross water). Snap close-up photos but beware that they will attack
  the camera if you get too close.

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| Mission No.089: Be the first to snap a leopard!                             |
| Notice of Round 2 of the photo contest!                                     |
| Big Game No.15: Leopard vs Olive Baboon                                     |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - northeast                                            |
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  You can submit an earlier photo for this, but I THINK you will miss out on a
  Big Game mission and, in turn, a trophy too! You better just drive to the
  baboon area in Lake Heroe and trigger this just to get the scene. If you do
  not care for trophies then ignore my warning and safe some time but I suggest
  you do trigger this nonetheless (for completion sake).

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| Mission No.090: Snap a Choroa Gorge research site!                          |
| Job: Choroa Gorge research team                                             |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Kubwa Rock                                         |
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  Go to the northeast part of Kubwa Rock (Choroa Gorge of course) to find a
  place to set the trap cam. It is at the very edge of the map where there are
  many small hills. Point it at Kubwa Rock and stand in the picture to make it
  count. Remember this spot for later as you will probably take another picture
  here.

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| Mission No.091: Snap a black-backed jackal!                                 |
| Something's been on our mind lately                                         |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - southeast                                           |
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  The black-backed jackal starts roaming around Duma Steppe after a while and
  they can be found in the southeast if no rhinos are there (I think they
  alternate but seem more common when this mission is available). Make sure you
  take a shot from the side since they want to see the fur. This photo can also
  be used for Mission 001 as usual.

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| Mission No.092: Snap a Jackson's chameleon!                                 |
| Looking for a photo of a Jackson's chameleon                                |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - northeast                                            |
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  This guy might always sit on the log north of the baboon forest at Lake Heroe
  though I only noticed when the mission arrived in my inbox. If you come from
  the Gorge just pass the baboon trees and look left for a large log with some
  moss on it. Try using your binos for the partner to point it out since its
  green camouflage simply makes it hard to spot. Get close and snap a photo for
  this and Mission 001. If you do not have any agama pictures left you can use
  this one for another mission later.

  Now for another mission: go watch some online videos of the chameleon
  changing colors!

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| Mission No.093: Snap a warthog!                                             |
| The proud rogue warthog                                                     |
| Big Game No.16: Cheetah vs Warthog                                          |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis                                         |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  From Duma Steppe, drive to the entrance of Lake Heroe to trigger a scene.
  Note that this will only trigger if you are not currently on another accepted
  mission. You could find the warthog and snap its picture but then you miss
  out on the Big Game hunt as well as trophy you get from checking it out, and
  it will also not unlock in your Big Game replay menu. If you do not care for
  any of this just submit the photo, else take part in the hunt. You can still
  find the warthog after the mission (uh, sorry, spoilers!?) so you can snap a
  better picture after the "hunt" is over. You do not even need to snap
  pictures during the hunt if you do not want to.

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| Mission No.094: Snap a scarab!                                              |
| To help boost sales                                                         |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Kongoti Wild                                      |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  You would never find this easily without knowing where to look. Kiwanja Plain
  has this guy at the Kongoti Wild. Look near the branchy log. It will not
  always be there, so use your binos to spot it. You should notice something
  moving since the area is so flat.

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| Mission No.095 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.096 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.097: Capture shots of a black rhinoceros!                        |
| Confirmation of black rhinos in Manyanga                                    |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Cape Tree                                            |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  Accept the mission and head over to Lake Heroe's south end. The rhino is just
  nearby Cape Tree. Take any photo for now if you want, or try to get a close-
  up of its face (straight from the front) for a later mission, saving you at
  trip in the process.

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| Mission No.098: Record the cry of a cheetah cub!                            |
| An adorable baby calling for its mama                                       |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 50,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Mtoto Hill                                          |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  Accept the mission to trigger the scene at the northeast of Duma Steppe. It
  can take a while for the cubs to make a sound and their mom likes to move
  around which makes the cubs follow. Just sneak after them each time and
  record again.

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| Mission No.099: Snap a lion hunt!                                           |
| Job: The king's hunt                                                        |
| Big Game No.17: Lion Hunt                                                   |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  Accept the mission and find the zebra herd at the south section of Kiwanja
  Plain. A scene will trigger. Snap as the lion lunges into the zebra for the
  best shot. This is over pretty quickly so pay attention.

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| Mission No.100: Snap several animals from a tree!                           |
| Research Req: Wildlife habitat density                                      |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: multiple (suggest Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis)                      |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  This could be super quick for you if you did it earlier when photographing
  the giraffe's face from up the tree. I had several birds in the picture and
  it works, or there are usual zebras behind the giraffe too. Else head back to
  the Awali Oasis at Duma Steppe and take some new shots.

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| Mission No.101: Snap a young male lion up close!                            |
| Shoot from about 30 feet away                                               |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 50,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Faru Kopje                                        |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  If you do not care about getting a lower evaluation but safe a trip, accept
  the lion fight instead (104) and take a good close-up of the younger male as
  they fight on the right side. This can also be submitted for Mission 001.

  Else drive to Faru Kopje which is at the southwest of Kiwanja Plainand find
  younger males. Get close enough to take a photo; however, I still think the
  other way is much easier.

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| Mission No.102: Find a carcass left by the giant mystery animal             |
| Clue to the mystery creature's identity                                     |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 50,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Nyati Kopje                                       |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  Accept the mission and drive to the northwest of Kiwanja Plain. There is an
  animal skull at the base of Nyati Kopje. A scene will trigger when you get
  near it to make it easier for you to spot it. Pick it up and bring it back to
  submit with the report.

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| Mission No.103: Capture shots of rare reptiles!                             |
| Notice of Round 3 of photo contest!                                         |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 50,000                                                              |
| Location: multiple                                                          |
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  You should still have a photo of the agama in your collection as I pointed it
  out earlier. Submit it again or maybe the chameleon picture you took a short
  while ago. If you do not have either then just find the creatures again for
  an easy snap: Polepole Falls entrance, Mt. BigKahuna, oops, I mean,
  Hakunamatata entrance or the northeast of Lake Heroe near the forest.
  Anything will do.

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| Mission No.104: Snap lions dueling in a death duel!                         |
| Intergenerational battle between lions                                      |
| Big Game No.19: Lion Fight                                                  |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje                                       |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  Accept the mission and head to Kiwanja Plain. This is as usual at the Simba
  Kopje and as usual a scene will trigger as you get near it. Snap the fight in
  progress. If you want a good photo for another mission, snap a young lion as
  it gets close which happens at the right side of the area (your angle is
  limited for this mission).

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| Mission No.105: Snap a zebra herd in the dead of night!                     |
| Savanna shot in the dead of night                                           |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: multiple (suggest Kiwanja Plain - Simba Kopje)                    |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  I reminded you to take this picture twice earlier so this mission really
  should not need a trip. If for some reason you did not take the pictures or
  lost them already, the quickest way to do this mission is as follows: start a
  night safari at Kiwanja Plain and immediately stop the car, get out and turn
  around. Trek around the Kopje and you will find a huge herd. You need several
  zebras in the photo for it to count. Do not wander off too far from the car
  but you should already have them in view before or just after the first
  warning.

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| Mission No.106: Snap a close-up of the white rhino's face!                  |
| Photo for "Creatures of the Savanna" guide                                  |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - southeast                                           |
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  You can find the rhino at the southeast Duma Steppe area from time to time.
  If not, just keep looking at other times. I asked you to earlier on meaning
  you should really have done this already, ahem!

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| Mission No.107: Snap a close-up of a black rhino's face!                    |
| One more photo for the field guide                                          |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 50,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Cape Tree                                            |
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  If you did what I said earlier you already have a close-up from the earlier
  mission. Else head back to Cape Tree (Lake Heroe) and find it again, then
  sneak around until you get a front view and try to get close enough with the
  zoom. If the baby is already here too then take a picture of it too (for
  Mission 001 of course, have you been paying attention to this guide at
  all?!), but it seems to be a common appearance later in the game.

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| Mission No.108: Snap a cheetah lingering in the twilight!                   |
| You're a hit! Got time for another?                                         |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Mtoto Hill                                          |
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  As with all of these sunset photos you have to wait for the sun to set. The
  photo requires that the sun is in the background and that the shot is
  vertical. Wait at the north of Duma Steppe near the cheetah hangout until the
  time is right and take shots. The best I found was to sit in the car near the
  cheetah so it does no move around too much as it noticed the car (yet is not
  running away). Not sure if I g got lucky there. There is a big game that
  unlocks around this time and place so I recommend not having a mission active
  in the corner of your screen around this time (it will not trigger
  otherwise).

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| Mission No.109: Snap a withered fever tree!                                 |
| Withered Fever Tree                                                         |
| Difficulty: **                                                              |
| Reward: 20,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Fever Trees                                        |
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  Place a trap cam at the Fever Trees northwest Kiboko Swamp. Stand next to
  closest tree in the water (it also happens to be withered) and snap away.
  This is easy as long as you find the icon for the trap cam.

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| Mission No.110: Snap some birds flocking around a carcass!                  |
| Job: Intimate portrait of the "uncool" crowd                                |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Bone Tree                                           |
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  Go to Bone Tree at Duma Steppe and set down the trap cam right next to the
  carcass. For some reason the trap cam icon did not show for me many times so
  try again later if the same happens to you as well. Wait for birds to come to
  the carcass. You need at least one stork and another vulture in the same
  picture which can be a little annoying to see from this distance. I suggest
  hiding in the nearby bush and tilting the camera to see the carcass. The
  birds behind the carcass (from the trap cam view) might not be in the picture
  later so keep that in mind when snapping pics. Watch out for at the blue
  stork. There are usually 5 to 6 birds pecking away at the remains but not
  always the stork or it could be hidden from the view. Retrieve the camera and
  check the photos before heading back.

  One could also try this at Kiwanja Plain' Kongoti Wild since all birds are
  supposed to spawn there and there is a trap cam spot near the carcass, but I
  found the spawning is not as good as the Bone Tree, they will not come to
  feed quickly and it is overall a longer drive to try this. Just an
  interesting note I suppose.

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| Mission No.111: Snap the small fountain in the morning!                     |
| Fountain lit by the morning sun                                             |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Fountain                                    |
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  This only unlocks after 110.

  I am not sure what the email talks about with the sunlight etc, but basically
  you just want to shoot a picture when it is morning. The best way is to camp
  in the Lake Heroe area and then quickly drive to Dikidiki Fountain for a
  picture of the small lake/fountain. If you drive from base camp it will take
  you too long.

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| Mission No.112: Snap a ratel!                                               |
| Seeking photo of boisterous nocturnal animal                                |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - Water Tree                                         |
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  Start a night safari at Kiboko Swamp and wait for your partner to arrive at
  the Water Tree. Starting from here you could already spot it as its white
  coat is easy to notice. If not here then continue at the Baobab Tree and try
  there instead. Remember that new animal snaps also should be submitted for
  Mission 001!

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| Mission No.113 n/a                                                          |
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| Mission No.114: Capture shots of a king cheetah!                            |
| King cheetah with snake-like patterns                                       |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Choroa Gorge - Kubwa Rock                                         |
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  This is the third toughest mission in the game mainly because it can be
  annoying.

  Accept the mission and drive to Choroa Gorge. The cheetah is sitting atop of
  Kubwa Rock and will trigger a scene. It is very annoying to capture this
  animal and almost impossible to do so with a high evaluation grade. I suggest
  you just go for a low grade by driving up to the hills on the north side
  where you took a shot of the rock earlier and then take a photo from this
  distance. Use the best zoom camera lens to get at least something out of it.
  If the cheetah disappeared behind to the other side of the mountain you have
  to wait a while or try to catch her from there, but seriously, did I say this
  is annoying?

  The animal is automatically added to the Field Guide.

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| Mission No.115: Confirm presence of pygmy hippopotamuses!                   |
| The endangered pygmy hippopotamus                                           |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Kiboko Swamp - northeast island                                   |
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  Arrive at the Kiboko Swamp's northeast island to trigger a cutscene. Set the
  trap cam (at the southeast of the island) and face it towards the northeast
  of this position just where the hippo will come on land. Stand/crouch behind
  the terminate mound until it comes out of the water. Quickly snap photos and
  hope it is in the picture because this beast runs away sooooo fast.

  The animal is automatically added to the Field Guide.

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| Mission No.116: Capture shots of a black leopard!                           |
| Black leopard lurking in the dark                                           |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Awali Oasis                                         |
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  This must be accepted and you can thus sleep until night. You will
  automatically drive around Duma Steppe and a scene will trigger at the Awali
  Oasis. Get out of the car to get a better spot and not scare it away, then
  end the mission.

  The animal is automatically added to the Field Guide.

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| Mission No.117: Snap an okapi up close!                                     |
| The rare and cautious okapi                                                 |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Dikidiki Fountain                                    |
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  Accept the mission and drive to Lake Heroe from the south side, all the way
  to Dikidiki Fountain to trigger a scene. The best way to get close is
  obviously staying behind the bushes, but it should make its way around the
  other side and you should sneak towards where the bushes are it came from. If
  you get spotted it will run into these bushes and dash past you, giving you
  the best close-up opportunity.

  The animal is automatically added to the Field Guide.

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| Mission No.118: The "Nunda", a giant beast of legend                        |
| Big Game No.20: Lion vs African Elephant                                    |
| Difficulty: *****                                                           |
| Reward: 100,000                                                             |
| Location: Balloon                                                           |
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  This is the final "!" mission of the game. You can still complete your field
  guide and find the bottle after the mission is done. It is probably the
  coolest mission the game has to offer. Apparently you can finish all the
  other missions and complete the Field Guide before tackling this one, which
  unlocks the Bottle at Polepole Falls and then keep the save to always get on
  the ride whenever you feel like it without overwriting your save later. It is
  not really worth it but it is nice to note.

  You will automatically drive to the balloon site. Once you are in the air
  will trigger the final Big Game Hunt (no need to take pictures) and also spot
  the mystery creature. Snap a photo of it and submit it for mission 001 to net
  a maximum of 100,000. I do not think you need money at this stage in the game
  but it is interesting to note. This shot is NOT required for the Field
  Guide and it will not have a picture of the animal either way!!

  The game will ask you to transfer the photos and save the game now, after
  which you return to the main menu. Select the Safari option again to return
  back to the Base Camp with the mission complete. From here on you can
  continue finding animals for the Field Guide and doing non-"!" missions you
  still have in your inbox or may yet wait to receive. Save the game the usual
  way from here on.

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| Mission No.119: Snap a secretary bird!                                      |
| Long-legged bird striding across the savanna                                |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Bone Tree                                           |
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  Head to Duma Steppe's Bone Tree and look around in the sky. If other birds
  are present then you might be out of luck; try again another day. Submit this
  for Mission 001 as well.

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| Mission No.120: Snap an aardvark!                                           |
| Job: Photo of a truly fascinating animal                                    |
| Difficulty: ***                                                             |
| Reward: 35,000                                                              |
| Location: Choroa Groge - Anthill Area                                       |
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  Start a night safari at Choroa Gorge, stop the car immediately and look
  around for this guy. He might be in the far back with the terminate hills
  (/start random trivia/ termites are NOT ants by the way /end random trivia/),
  thus make sure not to run too far from the car. You can wait for it or just
  use a zoom shot if you don't care too much about the grade. Submit this for
  Mission 001 too!

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| Mission No.121: Be the first to snap a bongo!                               |
| Research Req: Animal called a "bongo"                                       |
| Difficulty: ****                                                            |
| Reward: 40,000                                                              |
| Location: Lake Heroe - Cape Tree                                            |
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  Enter Lake Heroe from the south and look around for this animal. It is near
  the Cape Tree where you usually find the black rhinos. Submit this for
  Mission 001 too!


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| Big Game No.18: Cheetah on car                                              |
| There is no email for this.                                                 |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Mtoto Hill                                          |
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  A scene will trigger with the cheetah climbing the car and so on. This occurs
  quite late in the game. You do not need to actually submit pictures for it.
  This often unlocks when you try to snap a sunset photo of the cheetah
  although it might not unlock if you accepted a mission already at that point.
  Come back to the rock later for the big game hunt if you are on a mission,
  simple as that.

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| Big Game No.09: White Rhinoceros Fight                                      |
| There is no email for this.                                                 |
| Location: Duma Steppe - Southeast                                           |
¤_____________________________________________________________________________¤

  This mission automatically triggers sometime after Mission 50 and since you
  drive around here a lot it is not hard to get. Your goal is to submit a
  picture for Mission 001 which in turn unlocks Mission 007. The white rhinos
  will also start appearing at the southeast section of Dunne Steppe if you
  need more pictures for some reason.



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                        Big Game Trophy                              G0320
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There are 20 Big Game trophies in the game. Almost all are unlocked via email
missions but some trigger by themselves at certain times in the game and some
pop up during other missions unexpectedly. Here is a list of the missions:

 Big Game No.01: Cheetah Hunting
 Big Game No.02: Elephant Nurturing
 Big Game No.03: Wild Dogs Hunting
 Big Game No.04: Leopard Hunting
 Big Game No.05: Wildebeest River Crossing
 Big Game No.06: Pride of Lions
 Big Game No.07: Hippopotamus Fight
 Big Game No.08: Masai Giraffe Necking
 Big Game No.09: White Rhinoceros Fight
 Big Game No.10: Lion vs African Buffalo
 Big Game No.11: Opportunistic Spotted Hyena
 Big Game No.12: Nice Crocodile Ambush
 Big Game No.13: Herd of Wildebeests and Zebras
 Big Game No.14: On the Trail of an Elephant
 Big Game No.15: Leopard vs Olive Baboon
 Big Game No.16: Cheetah vs Warthog
 Big Game No.17: Lion Hunt
 Big Game No.18: Cheetah on the Car
 Big Game No.19: Lion Fight
 Big Game No.20: Lion vs African Elephant

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04.)                    LOCATIONS                                    G0400
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There are five areas to explore in Africa. You start with just the Duma Steppe
outside the base camp and more are unlocked as you complete missions. If you
try to enter an area before that your partner will stop you saying that you do
not have a map for this "unexplored" part yet. A very useful tool in the game
is the GPS map. Press SELECT to bring it up and zoom in to see the landmark
names. You can find your way around with this should you be unfamiliar with the
zones. Here are also links to the maps from the base camp tent, with locations
of the Big Game hunts marked as Xs.

Duma Steppe:
http://ui24.gamefaqs.com/823/gfs_75523_2_4.jpg

Kiboko Swamp:
http://ui13.gamefaqs.com/1388/gfs_75523_2_5.jpg

Choroa Gorge:
http://ui29.gamefaqs.com/252/gfs_75523_2_3.jpg

Lake Heroe:
http://ui29.gamefaqs.com/1308/gfs_75523_2_7.jpg

Kiwanja Plain:
http://ui01.gamefaqs.com/960/gfs_75523_2_6.jpgs


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05.)                    ANIMALS                                      G0500
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| Aardvark |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Aardvarks live throughout Africa, south of the Sahara. Their name  |
|          comes from South Africa's Afrikaans language and means "earth pig".|
|          A glimpse of the aardvark's body and long snout brings the pig to  |
|          mind. On closer inspection, the aardvark appears to include other  |
|          animal features as well. It boasts rabbitlike ears and a kangaroo  |
|          tail. Yet the aardvark is related to none of these animals.        |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: Head and body, 43 to 53 in                                           |
|  Weight: 110 to 180 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: The cumbersome aardvark has been spotted at night in Choroa    |
|              Gorge.                                                         |
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| Link: http://ui07.gamefaqs.com/1126/gfs_75523_2_18.jpg                      |
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| African Buffalo |
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| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
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| Profile: The Afrikan or Cape buffalo is considered by some to be the most   |
|          dangerous big game animal in Afrika. This enourmous creature -     |
|          weighing up to a ton - can be identified by its distinctive horns, |
|          which extend sideways from its large head, first curving down and  |
|          then back up. The African buffalo's coat varies from black to      |
|          reddish brown and is reliavely short.                              |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 4.3 to 6 ft. at the shoulder                                         |
|  Weight: 1,100 to 2000 lbs                                                  |
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| Afrika Tips: Stay in cover brush to approach these belligerent animals.     |
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| Link: http://ui15.gamefaqs.com/1678/gfs_75523_2_19.jpg                      |
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| African Elephant |
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| 3D Model: adult, child, baby                                                |
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| Profile: African elephants are the largest land animals on Earth. They are  |
|          slightly larger than their Asian cousins and can be identified by  |
|          their larger ears that look somewhat like the continent of Africa. |
|          (Asian elephants have smaller, rounder ears.)                      |
|          Elephant ears radiate heat to help keep these large animals cool,  |
|          but sometimes the African heat is too much.                        |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 8.2 to 13 ft. at the shoulder                                        |
|  Weight: 5,000 to 14,000 lbs                                                |
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| Afrika Tips: African Elephants stay close to water and are adept at         |
|              showering themselves.                                          |
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| Link: http://ui20.gamefaqs.com/2643/gfs_75523_2_20.jpg                      |
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| African Lion |
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| 3D Model: male, female, child, baby                                         |
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| Profile: Lions are the only cats that live in groups, which are called      |
|          prides. Prides are family units that may include up to three males,|
|          a dozen or so females, and their young. All of the pride's         |
|          lionesses are related, and female cubs typically stay with the     |
|          group as they age. Young males eventually leave and establish      |
|          their own prides by taking over a group headed by another male.    |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: Head and body, 4.5 to 6.5 ft                                         |
|  Weight: 265 and 420 lbs                                                    |
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| Afrika Tips: The pride of Kiwanja Plain is sometimes challenged by          |
|              ambitious young lions.                                         |
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| Link: http://ui20.gamefaqs.com/1875/gfs_75523_2_21.jpg                      |
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| African Porcupine |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The word "porcupine" means "quill pig" in Latin, but these animals |
|          have no relation to pigs. Instead, they are the largest rodents in |
|          sub-Saharan Africa, where they live in all areas except the        |
|          southwestern coast. Mostly herbivores, African porcupines eat      |
|          bark, roots, bulbs, nuts, and fruits.                              |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 2.3 to 2.8 ft                                                        |
|  Weight: 40 to 66 lbs                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: The nocturnal porcupines of Duma Steppe can be sighted on a    |
|              night safari.                                                  |
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| Link: http://ui02.gamefaqs.com/1665/gfs_75523_2_22.jpg                      |
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| African Wild Dog |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The African wild dog, also called Cape hunting dog or painted dog, |
|          typically roams the open plains and sparse woodlands of sub-       |
|          Saharan Africa. These long-legged canines have only four toes per  |
|          foot, unlike other dogs, which have five toes on their forefeet.   |
|          The dog's Latin name means "paintedwolf", referring to the         |
|          animal's irregular, mottled coat, which features patches of red,   |
|          black, brown, white and yellow fur.                                |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 29.5 to 43 in                                                        |
|  Weight: 39.5 to 79 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: There are reports of packs of wild dogs in Choroa Gorge        |
|              attacking impala.                                              |
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| Link: http://ui09.gamefaqs.com/840/gfs_75523_2_23.jpg                       |
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| Bat-Eared Fox |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The bat-eared fox is easily recognizable by its yellow, brown, and |
|          gray coat with black accents, relatively short legs, bushy tail,   |
|          and enormous, pointed ears. These ears provide such good hearing   |
|          the fox is able to pinpoint termites and during beetle larvae      |
|          underground. Bat-eared foxes can be found in places with lots of   |
|          bare ground or where the grass is kept short either by grazing or  |
|          or burning, such as savannas and arid grass or brush country.      |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 1.0 to 1.3 ft. at the shoulder                                       |
|  Weight: 6.5 to 11.5 lbs                                                    |
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| Afrika Tips: These nocturnal foxes are only found on night safaris at Lake  |
|              Heroe.                                                         |
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| Link: http://ui25.gamefaqs.com/1752/gfs_75523_2_24.jpg                      |
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| Black Crowned Crane |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: A majestic-looking bird, the black crowned crane is mostly black   |
|          with a white upper body, red-and-white cheek patches, and a very   |
|          distinctive crown of still, golden feathers. This crane also has a |
|          gular sac, an inflatable organ on its throat, and below its beak   |
|          similar in appearance to a wattle.                                 |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 3 to 4 ft                                                            |
|  Weight: 8 lbs                                                              |
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| Afrika Tips: This crane of Kiboko Swamp takes its name from the crown on    |
|              its head.                                                      |
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| Link: http://ui28.gamefaqs.com/379/gfs_75523_2_25.jpg                       |
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| Black Leopard |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: The same species as the more familiar yellow-coated leopard, black |
|          leopards are different only in the color of their coat. Like       |
|          leopards, black leopards also have black spots, though they aren't |
|          visible against their black fur. The black leopard's special       |
|          coloration, or melanism, is caused by a recessive gene. These      |
|          leopards can be born in the same litter as normally colored        |
|          leopards.                                                          |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 40 to 75 in                                                          |
|  Weight: 66 to 176 lbs                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: The Black Leopard of Duma Steppe is active at night, and       |
|              extremely difficult to spot.                                   |
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| Link: http://ui06.gamefaqs.com/1861/gfs_75523_2_27.jpg                      |
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| Black Rhinoceros |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Both black and white rhinoceroses are actually gray. They are      |
|          different not in color but in lip shape. The black rhino has a     |
|          pointed upper lip, while its white relative has a square lip. The  |
|          difference in lip shape is related to the animals' diets. Black    |
|          rhinos are browsers that get most of their sustenance from eating  |
|          trees and bushes. They use their lips to pluck leaves and fruit    |
|          from the branches.                                                 |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 4.5 to 6 feet at the shoulder                                        |
|  Weight: 1,760 to 3,080 lbs                                                 |
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| Afrika Tips: The rare, short-tempered Black Rhino can be found at Lake      |
|              Heroe.                                                         |
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| Link: http://ui07.gamefaqs.com/1350/gfs_75523_2_28.jpg                      |
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| Black-Backed Jackal |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Part of the same family as dogs, black-backed jackals - sometimes  |
|          known as silver-backed jackals - resemble their domestic cousins.  |
|          They have slender builds, large ears, bush tails, and dark, silver-|
|          accented backs. The jackals' flanks are mostly ginger, and their   |
|          stomachs are white. Their markings, especially the stripes on      |
|          sides and shoulders, are unique to each individual and can be used |
|          for idendtification.                                               |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 1.5 to 1.6 feet                                                      |
|  Weight: 15 to 31 lbs                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: These jackals roam in Duma Steppe, close to the vultures.      |
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| Link*: http://ui28.gamefaqs.com/379/gfs_75523_2_25.jpg                      |
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* Yes, I know the link points to the wrong animal, I will try to upload the
  photo again one day unless somebody can maybe help me out with it in the
  meanwhile?

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| Bongo |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: A kind of antelope, bongos live alone or in small groups in the    |
|          dense tropical forests of central and eastern Africa. Both males   |
|          and females have twisted, backswept horns. When it needs to, a     |
|          bongo can run fast and gracefully through tangled vegetation by    |
|          holding its horns close to its back to prevent them from getting   |
|          caught in the underbrush.                                          |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3.6 to 4.6 ft                                                        |
|  Weight: 463 to 893 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: These uniquely-striped antelopes can sometimes be found at     |
|              Lake Heroe.                                                    |
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| Link: http://ui27.gamefaqs.com/2330/gfs_75523_2_29.jpg                      |
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| Bushbuck |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Bushbuck are a type of antelope that live in African woodlands,    |
|          forests, and brush. They have a yellowish to reddish coat with     |
|          both vertical and horizontal white stripes, as well as white spots |
|          on their haunches. White markings are also found on their          |
|          undersides and face and ears. Coloring and stripe patterns vary by |
|          distribution of the species.                                       |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 2 to 3.3 ft                                                          |
|  Weight: 553 to 165 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: These antelopes, often in small herds, are found in the woods  |
|              around Lake Heroe.                                             |
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| Link: http://ui28.gamefaqs.com/2043/gfs_75523_2_30.jpg                      |
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| Cattle Egret |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: As their name suggests, cattle egrets feed among animals much      |
|          larger than themselves, such as domestic cattle and wild grazing   |
|          animals. The birds feed on insects that are stirred up by the      |
|          large animals, sometimes even feeding on ticks directly from the   |
|          animals' hides. Their diet includes grasshopper, beetles, lizards, |
|          crickets, spiders, and frogs.                                      |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 18 to 22 in                                                          |
|  Weight: 11.5 to 13.8 oz                                                    |
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| Afrika Tips: The egrets of Kiboko Swamp and Kiwanja Plain are found amongst |
|              African Elephants.                                             |
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| Link: http://ui28.gamefaqs.com/443/gfs_75523_2_31.jpg                       |
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| Cheetah |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
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| Profile: The cheetah is the world's fastest land mammal. With acceleration  |
|          that would leave most automobiles in the dust, a cheetah can go    |
|          from 0 to 60 miles (96 kilometers) an hour in only three seconds   |
|          These big cats are quite nimble at high speed and can make quick   |
|          and sudden turns in pursuit of prey.                               |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3.5 to 4.5 ft                                                        |
|  Weight: 77 to 143 lbs                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: The cheetahs of Duma Steppe often hunt gazelles. There are     |
|              reports of cubs.                                               |
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| Link: http://ui18.gamefaqs.com/2001/gfs_75523_2_32.jpg                      |
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| Dik-Dik |
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| 3D Model: male, female                                                      |
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| Profile: Dik-diks are small, shy antelopes about the size of a jackrabbit.  |
|          Male dik-diks have ringed horns, often partially concealed by the  |
|          tuft of hair at the top of their heads. Both male and female dik-  |
|          diks have an elongated snout that is thought to aid in temperature |
|          regulation. Dik-diks often live in dry scrub and brushland where   |
|          there is enough vegetation to conceal them.                        |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 13 to 18 in                                                          |
|  Weight: 5.5 to 14 lbs                                                      |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Afrika Tips: Stay out of view when approaching the dik-dik, as they are     |
|              easily spooked.                                                |
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| Link: http://ui06.gamefaqs.com/2661/gfs_75523_2_33.jpg                      |
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| Eland |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: male, female                                                      |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Although the eland is the largest antelope in the world, it can    |
|          run very long distances - sometimes at up to 43 miles an hour (70  |
|          kilometers an hour) - and jump mor than 5 feet (1.5 meters) high   |
|          from a standstill. The two most distinctive phsyical features of   |
|          the eland are its tightly spiraled horns, which are found in both  |
|          males and females, and the dewlap, or flap of skin hanging from    |
|          its neck.                                                          |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3.3 to 6 ft. at the shoulder                                         |
|  Weight: 1,300 to 1,500 lbs                                                 |
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| Afrika Tips: These enormous antelopes of Kiwanja Plain commonly form        |
|              couples.                                                       |
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| Link: http://ui32.gamefaqs.com/383/gfs_75523_2_34.jpg                       |
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| Gerenuk |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: male, female                                                      |
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| Profile: In the Somali language, "gerenuk" means "giraffe-necked," a        |
|          fitting name for these antelopes. The gerenuk is most distinctive  |
|          for its long, slender neck and legs, disproportionately large ears,|
|          and its long upper lip and tongue. Male gerenuks also have hooked- |
|          tip antlers that can grow up to 1.5 feet (0.5 meters) long.        |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3 to 3.3 ft. at the shoulder                                         |
|  Weight: 64 to 128 lbs                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: Stay ouf of sight to observe the Choroa Gorge gerenuk's eating |
|              habits.                                                        |
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| Link: http://ui06.gamefaqs.com/1989/gfs_75523_2_35.jpg                      |
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| Hartebeest |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Hartebeests are one of the fastest species of antelope.            |
|          Distinguished by brownish-gray to reddish fur, both sexes display  |
|          prominent, ringed horns that curve upward from the skull. Their    |
|          hindquarters are set lower than their shoulders, giving hartebeests|
|          a deceptively clumsy-looking gait. Despite this appearance they can|
|          easily reach speeds of 50 miles an hour (80 kilometers an hour)    |
|          when alarmed.                                                      |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 4 to 5 ft. at the shoulder                                           |
|  Weight: 375 to 440 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: These Choroa Gorge antelopes are easily mistaken for topi.     |
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| Link: http://ui29.gamefaqs.com/444/gfs_75523_2_36.jpg                       |
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| Helmeted Guineafowl |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The helmeted guineafowl and its nine subspecies are very common    |
|          throughout their large range. They are easily identifiable by a    |
|          large bony chest, black-gray plumage, and white spots and lines.   |
|          They have bare faces with brown eyes and red and blue wattles at   |
|          the bill. Despite gathering in feeding flocks that range anywhere  |
|          in size from 35 to over 1,000 individuals, helmeting guineafowl    |
|          split into monogamous pairs for breeding.                          |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 20 to 25 in                                                          |
|  Weight: 2.5 to 3.5 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: Guineafowls at Lake Heroe often scamper about on land in       |
|              search of food.                                                |
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| Link: http://ui19.gamefaqs.com/498/gfs_75523_2_37.jpg                       |
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| Hippopotamus |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
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| Profile: Hippopotamuses love water, which is why the Greeks named them the  |
|          "river horse". Hippos spend up to 16 hours a day submerged in      |
|          rivers and lakes to keep their massive bodies cool under the hot   |
|          African sun. Hippos are graceful in water, good swimmers, and can  |
|          hold their breath underwater for up to five minutes. However, they |
|          are often large enough to simply walk or stand on the lake floor,  |
|          or lie in the shallows.                                            |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: Head and body, 9.5 to 14 ft                                          |
|  Weight: 5,000 to 8,000 lbs                                                 |
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| Afrika Tips: Hippos of Duma Steppe and Lake Heroe will attack any who       |
|              threaten their territory.                                      |
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| Link: http://ui29.gamefaqs.com/2172/gfs_75523_2_38.jpg                      |
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| Hyrax |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The bush hyrax is a widespread member of the hyrax family that can |
|          be found throughout nearly all of eastern Africa. These animals    |
|          look a lot like shrews or guinea pigs and are usually light gray   |
|          to brown with very distinct white eyebrows that are noticeable     |
|          from afar. they also have rubbery pads on their feet, which allow  |
|          them to be deft jumpers and climbers.                              |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 12.5 to 18.5 in                                                      |
|  Weight: 2.9 to 10 lbs                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: Look closely to find these hyrax on the rock of Choroa Gorge   |
|              and Lake Heroe.                                                |
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| Link: http://ui19.gamefaqs.com/146/gfs_75523_2_39.jpg                       |
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| Impala |
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| 3D Model: male, female                                                      |
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| Profile: Impala are medium-sized antelopes that roam the savanna and light  |
|          woodlands of eastern and southern Africa. In the rainy season,     |
|          when food is plentiful, they may gather in large herds of several  |
|          hundred animals to browse on grasses and herbs, bushes, shrubs,    |
|          and shoots.                                                        |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 33 to 39 in. at the shoulder                                         |
|  Weight: 88 to 165 lbs                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: There is only one male for each impala herd, identified by his |
|              magnificent horns.                                             |
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| Link: http://ui18.gamefaqs.com/1201/gfs_75523_2_40.jpg                      |
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| Jackson's Chameleon |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Found throughout eastern Africa in wooded areas, especially at mid-|
|          and high altitudes, Jackson's chameleons eat insects and other     |
|          arthropods. To be able to hunt in the morning, the chameleons must |
|          first warm up by flattening themselves out (to increase their      |
|          surface area) and basking in the sun. The lizards lick rain and    |
|          dewdrops off of leaves to get the water they need.                 |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Reptile                                                              |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 6 to 15 in                                                           |
|  Weight: 2.1 to 2.8 oz                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: These Lake Heroe reptiles snap their tongues to catch insects. |
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| Link: http://ui17.gamefaqs.com/1712/gfs_75523_2_41.jpg                      |
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| King Cheetah |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The king cheetah is not a subspecies of cheetahs but rather a      |
|          normal cheetah that possesses a rare gene. This abnormality gives  |
|          rise to a unique pattern of spots and stripes. While most cheetahs |
|          have small, round, black spots, king cheetahs have elongated spots |
|          running down their spines. These spots run together to form a      |
|          distinct pattern of lines and blotches.                            |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 44 to 54 in                                                          |
|  Weight: 90 to 140 lbs                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: Sightings of this endangered animal of Choroa Gorge are        |
|              extremely rare.                                                |
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| Link: http://ui29.gamefaqs.com/1308/gfs_75523_2_42.jpg                      |
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| Kori Bustard |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Female kori bustards are half the size of males, though both sexes |
|          are marked with the same mottled gray-brown or creamy coloration   |
|          on top with dark-brown lines cutting across the plumage of the     |
|          body.                                                              |
|          The kori bustard is not the most family-oriented of birds, as      |
|          males often mate with many females in a season.                    |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 41 to 50 in                                                          |
|  Weight: Males up to 40 lbs                                                 |
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| Afrika Tips: These large birds are often found trotting around their home   |
|              of Kiwanja Plain.                                              |
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| Link: http://ui11.gamefaqs.com/138/gfs_75523_2_43.jpg                       |
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| Lappet-Faced Vulture |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: These extremely powerful animals soar through the sky with a       |
|          9-foot (2.7-meter) wingspan, dominating most other birds. Their    |
|          enormous size and strong, large beaks allow them to show up late   |
|          to a meal, but easily take over the feast. The birds' main source  |
|          food is carrion.                                                   |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3.3 to 3.6 ft                                                        |
|  Weight: 12 to 20 lbs                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: Flocks of vultures patrol Duma Steppe and Kiwanja Plain in     |
|              search of carcasses.                                           |
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| Link: http://ui12.gamefaqs.com/2283/gfs_75523_2_44.jpg                      |
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| Leopard |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats closely related to     |
|          lions, tigers and jaguars. They live in sub-Saharan Africa,        |
|          northeast Africa, Central Asia, India, and China. However, many of |
|          their populations are endangered, especially outside of Africa.    |
|          The leopard is so strong and comfortable in trees that it often    |
|          hauls its kill into the branches.                                  |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: Head and body, 4.25 to 6.25 ft                                       |
|  Weight: 66 to 176 lbs                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: The leopard live in (and hunt from) the treetops in the woods  |
|              off Lake Heroe.                                                |
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| Link: http://ui08.gamefaqs.com/2375/gfs_75523_2_45.jpg                      |
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| Leopard Tortoise |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: With its yellow-and-black shell and hooked beak, the leopard       |
|          tortoise is a large tortoise that gets is name from the spotted    |
|          pattern on its shell. Despite their relative slowness, these       |
|          tortoises can actually be quite aggressive. Makes compete during   |
|          courtship, running into one another so forcefully that one may     |
|          actually flip the other over. They also can be rough with females, |
|          butting into them while hissing and wheezing.                      |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Reptile                                                              |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 16 to 24 in                                                          |
|  Weight: 40 to 80 lbs                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: These rare inhabitants of Choroa Gorge retreat into their      |
|              shells when approached.                                        |
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| Link: http://ui13.gamefaqs.com/588/gfs_75523_2_46.jpg                       |
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| Lesser Flamingo |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: With their long, S-shaped necks and striking colors, flamingos are |
|          easy to spot wherever they congregate. Lesser flamingos are the    |
|          smallest and most numerous of these birds, inhabiting the lakes    |
|          and wetlands of eastern and southern Africa, with minor            |
|          populations in West Africa, India, and Pakistan.                   |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 31 to 35 in                                                          |
|  Weight: 3.3 to 4.4 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: Flamingos go to Lake Heroe to feed, blanketing the lake with   |
|              sheer numbers.                                                 |
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| Link: http://ui18.gamefaqs.com/1265/gfs_75523_2_47.jpg                      |
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| Marabou Stork |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The marabou stork is one of the largest flying birds in the world, |
|          with a wingspan that can reach 9.4 feet (2.9 meters) across. One   |
|          of its most distinctive features is its nearly bald, spotted,      |
|          pinkish head.                                                      |
|          Marabou storks will eat almost any kind of animals - alive or      |
|          dead - including fish, rodents, reptiles, amphibians, and other    |
|          birds.                                                             |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3.3 to 5 ft                                                          |
|  Weight: 8.8 to 19.6 lbs                                                    |
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| Afrika Tips: The flight of these storks in Lake Heroes and Kiwanja Plain is |
|              a breathtaking sight.                                          |
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| Link: http://ui05.gamefaqs.com/2404/gfs_75523_2_48.jpg                      |
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| Masai Giraffe |
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| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
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| Profile: The Masai giraffe is a unique giraffe subspecies found in East     |
|          Africa. It is, recognizable by its jagged, star- or leaf-shaped    |
|          spots. No two giraffes have the same patterns of spots. Giraffes   |
|          are the tallest living land animals. They form small, informal     |
|          herds with individuals coming and going at their will.             |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 14 to 19 ft                                                          |
|  Weight: 1,200 to 4,250 lbs                                                 |
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| Afrika Tips: Look for giraffes drinking water in Duma Steppe and Choroa     |
|              Gorge.                                                         |
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| Link: http://ui26.gamefaqs.com/2201/gfs_75523_2_49.jpg                      |
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| Meerkat |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: These gregarious animals are often seen in groups, and several     |
|          families may live together in a large community. Squirrel-sized    |
|          meerkats are mongooses famed for their upright posture. They often |
|          stand on their rear legs and gaze alertly over the southern        |
|          African plains where they live. Mothers can even nurse their young |
|          while standing.                                                    |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: Head and body, 9.75 to 11.75 in                                      |
|  Weight: Less than 2.2 lbs                                                  |
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| Afrika Tips: There is alway a lookout on guard at the meerkat burrow in     |
|              Choroa Gorge.                                                  |
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| Link: http://ui29.gamefaqs.com/316/gfs_75523_2_50.jpg                       |
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| Nile Crocodile |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The Nile crocodile has a somewhat deserved reputation as a vicious |
|          man-eater. The proximity of much of its habitat to people means    |
|          run-ins are frequent. And its virtually indiscrimate diet means a  |
|          villager washing clothes by a riverbank might look just as tasty   |
|          as a migrating wildebeest. Firm numbers are sketchy, but estimates |
|          are that up to 200 people may die each year in the jaws of a Nile  |
|          croc.                                                              |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Reptile                                                              |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 16 ft                                                                |
|  Weight: 500 lbs                                                            |
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| Afrika Tips: Beware when approaching these aggressive giants of Mamba River |
|              in Kiwanja Plain.                                              |
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| Link: http://ui06.gamefaqs.com/1189/gfs_75523_2_51.jpg                      |
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| Okapi |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Despite the zebralike stripes on their legs, okapis are relatives  |
|          giraffes - though much shorter. Like giraffes, male okapis have    |
|          short, skin-covered horns protruding from their foreheads. They    |
|          also have long, black, prehensible tongues, which allow them to    |
|          tear vegetation from tree branches.                                |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 5 to 5.6 ft shoulder height                                          |
|  Weight: 440 to 550 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: These timid beasts of Lake Heroe will dash off at any hint of  |
|              human presence.                                                |
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| Link: http://ui20.gamefaqs.com/1267/gfs_75523_2_52.jpg                      |
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| Olive Baboon |
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| 3D Model: male, female, baby                                                |
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| Profile: One of five baboon species, the olive baboon is named for its      |
|          olive-brown coat, which is accented with a black face. Like all    |
|          bambons, the olive baboon is capable for climbing trees but spends |
|          most of its time on the ground. If trees are available, these      |
|          bamboons will occasionally sleep in them, but those living in      |
|          mountainous regions will more frequently sleep on cliffs in order  |
|          to avoid nocturnal predators, such as leopards.                    |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 2 to 2.4 ft ; tail up to 1.6 ft                                      |
|  Weight: 31 to 62 lbs                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: Baboons found in Kiboko and off Lake Heroe are small but will  |
|              attack humans.                                                 |
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| Link: http://ui26.gamefaqs.com/2809/gfs_75523_2_53.jpg                      |
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| Oryx |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Oryx are a species of antelope well-adapted to living in Africa's  |
|          driest regions. Their bodies use the water and protein content of  |
|          grasses so efficiently that they can go long periods without       |
|          drinking water. They are also able to raise their body             |
|          temperatures, sometimes to 116 degrees Fahrenheit (47 degree       |
|          Celsius), to avoid sweating.                                       |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3.6 to 4.6 ft. at the shoulder                                       |
|  Weight: 220 to 460 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: The few surviving oryx can be found in the arid Chrooa Gorge.  |
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| Link: http://ui11.gamefaqs.com/2762/gfs_75523_2_54.jpg                      |
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| Ostrich |
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| 3D Model: male, female                                                      |
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| Profile: The flightless ostrich is the world's largest bird. They roam      |
|          African savanna and desert lands and get most of their water from  |
|          the plants they eat.                                               |
|          Though they cannot fly, ostriches are fleet, strong runners. They  |
|          can sprint up to 43 miles (70 kilometers) an hour and run over     |
|          distance at 31 miles (50 kilometers) an hour. They may use their   |
|          wings as "rudders" to help them change direction while running.    |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 7 to 9 ft                                                            |
|  Weight: 220 to 350 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: Watch for ostrich courting rituals in Choroa Gorge and Kiwanja |
|              Plain.                                                         |
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| Link: http://ui02.gamefaqs.com/2401/gfs_75523_2_55.jpg                      |
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| Pelican |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: There are more than half a dozen species of pelicans, but all of   |
|          them have the famous throat pouch for which the birds are best     |
|          known. These large birds use their elastic pouches to catch fish - |
|          though different species use it in different ways.                 |
|          Many pelicans fish by swimming in cooperative groups. They may     |
|          form a line or a "U" shape and drive fish into shallow water by    |
|          beating their wings on the surface.                                |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 5.8 ft ; Wingspan 10 ft                                              |
|  Weight: 30 lbs                                                             |
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| Afrika Tips: Pelicans can be found searching for food in the waters of      |
|              Kobiko Swamp.                                                  |
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| Link: http://ui26.gamefaqs.com/153/gfs_75523_2_56.jpg                       |
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| Plains Zebra |
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| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
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| Profile: Plains or Burchell's zebras are Africa's most common zebra species.|
|          They can be distinguished from other species by their unique       |
|          patters or stripes, which are wide and widely spaces. As in all    |
|          zebra species, the stripes are thought to help to visually distract|
|          potential predators.                                               |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammals                                                              |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 4 to 5 ft. at the shoulder                                           |
|  Weight: 485 to 770 lps                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: A common sight in Manyanga. The zebra can be found near the    |
|              oasis in Duma Steppe.                                          |
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| Link: http://ui21.gamefaqs.com/1044/gfs_75523_2_57.jpg                      |
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| Pygmy Hippopotamus |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Smaller than its more well-known and widespread cousin, the pygmy  |
|          hippopotamus has darker skin, a more piglike body shape, and less  |
|          prominent facial features. These rare, shy creatures are fond only |
|          in their diminishing habitats of West Africa, mainly in Liberia.   |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 2.5 to 3.3 ft                                                        |
|  Weight: 350 to 600 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: It is difficult to catch these extremly rare, timid hippos of  |
|              Kiboko Swamp.                                                  |
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| Link: http://ui10.gamefaqs.com/1033/gfs_75523_2_58.jpg                      |
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| Rainbow Agama |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The rock agama, also known as the rainbow agama, is a large lizard |
|          that lives in southern Africa's rocky habitats and is known for    |
|          the bright coloring of the males. Males are at their most colorful |
|          during breeding season, when their heads are a vivid red-orange or |
|          orange-yellow with orange, pink, or blue spots, and their striped  |
|          bodies are varying shades of blue.                                 |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Reptile                                                              |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 7.9 to 16 in                                                         |
|  Weight: 1.8 to 2.7 oz                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: These tiny lizards of Choroa Gorge and Lake Heroe have         |
|              brilliant coloring.                                            |
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| Link: http://ui05.gamefaqs.com/132/gfs_75523_2_59.jpg                       |
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| Ratel |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Ratels, also known as honey badgers, live throughout Africa, the   |
|          Middle East, and India. Tehy are nocturnal animals and get their   |
|          nickname from their tendency to break into beehives to eat honey.  |
|          To this end, the species has developed a symbiotic relationship    |
|          with the honey guide bird.                                         |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 2 to 2.5 ft                                                          |
|  Weight: 15 to 29 lbs                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: These rare residents of Kiboko Swamp become active at night.   |
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| Link: http://ui22.gamefaqs.com/789/gfs_75523_2_60.jpg                       |
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| Red-Billed Oxpecker |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: The red-billed oxpecker is a distinctive brown bird found among    |
|          herds of large mammals in the savannas of east and southeast       |
|          Africa. It has a wide, red bill, yellow-rimmed red eyes, and sharp |
|          claws that allow it to cling to the head, neck, and back of herd   |
|          animals, where it feasts on ticks and other parasites. Its long,   |
|          stiff tail also helps the bird keep its balance while walking      |
|          around on an animal.                                               |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 7 to 9 in                                                            |
|  Weight: 1.5 to 2.1 oz                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: Oxpeckers are often found hitching rides on the African        |
|              Buffaloes by Lake Heroes.                                      |
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| Link: http://ui24.gamefaqs.com/375/gfs_75523_2_61.jpg                       |
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| Reticulated Giraffe |
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| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
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| Profile: The reticulated giraffe subspecies lives primarily in the eastern  |
|          part of Africa, south of the Sahara desert. It is named for the    |
|          pattern of its coat, which consists of a network of large, square- |
|          shaped, brown patches. The shape of the reticulated giraffe's      |
|          patches contrasts significantly with the irregular brown markings  |
|          of the Masai giraffe subspecies.                                   |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 14 to 19 ft                                                          |
|  Weight: 1,200 to 4,250 lbs                                                 |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Afrika Tips: There have been occasional sightings of adult giraffes with    |
|              young on Kiwanja Plain.                                        |
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| Link: http://ui27.gamefaqs.com/1114/gfs_75523_2_62.jpg                      |
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| Rueppell's Vulture |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Ruppell's vultures soar through the African sky on their 8-foot    |
|          (2.4-meter) wingspans, seeking carrion with their keen sense of    |
|          sight. They are found in open woodlands, grasslands, and           |
|          mountainous regions and are distinguishable from other types of    |
|          vultures by their dark-and-white speckled feathers and yellow beak.|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 2.5 to 3 ft                                                          |
|  Weight: 15 to 20 lbs                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: Ruepell's Vultures scavenge with Lappet-Face Vultures in       |
|              Kiboko and Choroa Gorge.                                       |
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| Note: also spelled "Ruppel" randomly within the game, should be spelled     |
|       with an "ü" (ue=ü)                                                    |
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| Link: http://ui04.gamefaqs.com/2371/gfs_75523_2_63.jpg                      |
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| Scarab |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Scarabs are a mesmerizingly diverse family to beetle found in      |
|          every part of the world expect in the oceans and on the world      |
|          except in the oceans an on Antarctica. There are about 30,000      |
|          scarab species compromising about 0 percent of all known beetles.  |
|          The June bug pinging incessantly off your front porch light is a   |
|          type of scarab. The Japanese beetle that savages your landscaping? |
|          A scarab as well.                                                  |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bug                                                                  |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 0.08 to 6.7 in                                                       |
|  Weight: Up to 3.5 oz                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: These tiny scarabs can be seen rolling dung on Kiwanja Plain.  |
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| Link: http://ui32.gamefaqs.com/2047/gfs_75523_2_64.jpg                      |
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| Secretary Bird |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Africa's secretary bird, with its hawklike gray beak and spindly,  |
|          storklike legs, is a bit of an oddball. Behind its intimidatig     |
|          gray beak is a face done up with orange highlights. And on its     |
|          head and neck is a dramatic crest of black plumage said to         |
|          resemble a secretary with a quill pen behind his ear.              |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 47 to 59 in                                                          |
|  Weight: 7.5 to 9.5 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: The few of these birds that remain can be seen walking at Duma |
|              Steppe.                                                        |
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| Link: http://ui28.gamefaqs.com/955/gfs_75523_2_65.jpg                       |
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| Spotted Hyena |
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| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Spotted hyenas are famed scavengers and often dine on the          |
|          leftovers of other predators. But these hardy beasts are also      |
|          skilled hunters that will take down wildebeest or antelope. They   |
|          also kill and eat birds, lizards, snakes and insects.              |
|          In an increasingly overpopulated Africa, hyenas and humans come    |
|          into frequent contact.                                             |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: Head and body, 34 to 59 in                                           |
|  Weight: 110 to 190 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: The hyenas of Duma Steppe and Kiwana Plain sometimes steal the |
|              prey of predators.                                             |
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| Link: http://ui07.gamefaqs.com/2854/gfs_75523_2_66.jpg                      |
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| Superb Starling |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: These flashy fliers may be quite common in their range, but they   |
|          are far fromm ordinary. Superb starlings are among the most        |
|          ostentatiously adorned birds in Africa, with a shiny blue throat   |
|          and chest, radiant green wings, a bright orange belly, and white   |
|          accent marks on the chest and tail.                                |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bird                                                                 |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 7 to 7.5 in                                                          |
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| Afrika Tips: The cries of these starlings echo across Duma Steppe and       |
|              Kiboko Swamp.                                                  |
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| Link: http://ui31.gamefaqs.com/446/gfs_75523_2_67.jpg                       |
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| Temminck's Pangolin |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Temminck's pangolins, also called ground pangolins, are part of an |
|          unusual family of mammals that wear an armored caot of sharp,      |
|          movable scales. These scales are typically a grayish- to dark      |
|          brown, which helps the pangolins blend into their surroundings.    |
|          Ground pangolins are solitary, nocturnal ground-dwellers found in  |
|          the thick brush, open grasslands, and savannas of southeastern     |
|          Africa.                                                            |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Insectivore                                                          |
|  Size: Body, 20 to 24 in ; tail, 14 to 20 in                                |
|  Weight: 33 to 40 lbs                                                       |
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| Afrika Tips: These nocturnal dwellers of Kiwanja Plain can only be seen on  |
|              a night safari.                                                |
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| Link: http://ui22.gamefaqs.com/1301/gfs_75523_2_68.jpg                      |
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| Thomson's Gazelle |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: male, female                                                      |
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| Profile: Gazelle's are medium-sized antelopes found in Africa and in Asia   |
|          as far east as Mongolia. There are some 19 different species of    |
|          gazelles. These grazing antelopes live in herds, which can consist |
|          of as few as ten or as many as several hundred animals. During the |
|          plentiful rainy season, thousands of animals can be seen gathering |
|          in large groups.                                                   |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 20 to 43 in. at the shoulder                                         |
|  Weight: 26 to 165 lbs                                                      |
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| Afrika Tips: The gazelle herds of Duma Steppe are often targeted by         |
|              cheetahs.                                                      |
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| Link: http://ui15.gamefaqs.com/238/gfs_75523_2_69.jpg                       |
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| Topi |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Topis are relatively short, eccentrically adorned antelopes found  |
|          Africa;s northern savannas and in the eastern and southern parts   |
|          of the continent. Their red-brown coats are accented with purplish |
|          spots. They have tan legs and S-shaped horns that can grow up to a |
|          foot and a half (0.5 meters) long. They have a distinctive bump    |
|          over the shoulder that marks the highest point on their body.      |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3.5 to 4.5 ft                                                        |
|  Weight: 200 to 300 lbs                                                     |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Afrika Tips: These inhabitants of Duma Steppe have S-shaped horns and a     |
|              reddish-brown coat.                                            |
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| Link: http://ui28.gamefaqs.com/699/gfs_75523_2_70.jpg                       |
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| Tsetse Fly |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: The tsetse fly is a tiny insect with the ability to create large   |
|          problems for humans. As transmitters of the parasite that causes   |
|          sleeping sickness, a disease wich afflicts Africa in epidemic      |
|          proportions, tsetses have caused untold human misery. Sleeping     |
|          sickness induces fevers, confusion, and, without treatment, death. |
|          Its name derives from one of its symptoms, the reversal of some    |
|          victims' sleep cycles.                                             |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Bug                                                                  |
|  Diet: Carnivore                                                            |
|  Size: 0.2 to 0.6 in                                                        |
|  Weight: 0.5 to 2.3 oz                                                      |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Afrika Tips: Tsetse flies are found in Manyanga Conservation Area, even     |
|              close to the base camp.                                        |
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| Link: http://ui30.gamefaqs.com/2621/gfs_75523_2_71.jpg                      |
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| Vervet Monkey |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
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| Profile: Vervets are among the world's most colorful monkeys. They have     |
|          olive-brown coats, white chests and cheeks, and black snouts,      |
|          hands, and feet. Males have a shock of powder-blue skin on their   |
|          lower abdomens. Their tails can be as long as three feet (one      |
|          meter), which is almost twice the length of their entire body.     |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Omnivore                                                             |
|  Size: 1.4 to 1.6 ft                                                        |
|  Weight: 6.6 to 9.4 lbs                                                     |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Afrika Tips: The high-pitched cries of this human-friendly monkey are often |
|              heard near base camp.                                          |
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| Link: http://ui18.gamefaqs.com/2417/gfs_75523_2_72.jpg                      |
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| Warthog |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: male, female, baby                                                |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Warhogs are members of the same family as domestic pigs, but       |
|          present a much different appearance. These sturdy hogs are not     |
|          among the world's most aesthetically pleasing annimals - their     |
|          large, flat heads are covered with warts, which are actually       |
|          protective bumps. Warthogs also sport four shapr tusks. They are   |
|          mostly bald, but they do have some spare hair and thicker mane on  |
|          their backs.                                                       |
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| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: Height and shoulder, 30 in                                           |
|  Weight: 120 to 250 lbs                                                     |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Afrika Tips: Male warhogs live in many areas. Adults & young have been seen |
|              on Kiwanja Plain.                                              |
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| Link: http://ui28.gamefaqs.com/1531/gfs_75523_2_73.jpg                      |
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| Waterbuck |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult                                                             |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Waterbuck are long-horned antelopes found in large herds in        |
|          Africa's grasslands, scrub and woodlands. They can be identified   |
|          by the collars of white fur aroud their necks and the white        |
|          circles around their tails. True to their name, they are water-    |
|          dependent and are often fond near floodplains and lakes. They are  |
|          also good swimmers, and when a predator attacks they will flee     |
|          into the water to escape.                                          |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: 3.3 to 3.4 ft. at the shoulder                                       |
|  Weight: 375 to 551 lbs                                                     |
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| Afrika Tips: These rare antelopes can be found grazing aquatic plants in    |
|              Kiboko Swamp.                                                  |
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| Link: http://ui25.gamefaqs.com/1784/gfs_75523_2_74.jpg                      |
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| White Rhinoceros |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: Both black and white rhinoceroses are actually gray. They are      |
|          different not in color but in lip shape. The black rhino has a     |
|          pointed upper lip, while its white relative has a square lip. The  |
|          difference in lip shape is related to the animals' diets. Black    |
|          rhinos are browsers that get most of their sustenance from eating  |
|          trees and bushes. They use their lips to pluck leaves and fruit    |
|          from the branches.                                                 |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: Head and body, 11 to 13.75 ft                                        |
|  Weight:  3,168 to 7,920 lbs                                                |
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| Afrika Tips: Adult White Rhinos look after young in Duma Steppe. Beware     |
|              protective mothers!                                            |
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| Link: http://ui04.gamefaqs.com/1411/gfs_75523_2_75.jpg                      |
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| Wildebeest |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------.
| 3D Model: adult, baby                                                       |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Profile: The ungainly gnu earned the Afrikaans name wildebeest, or "wild    |
|          beast" for the menacing appearance presented by its large head,    |
|          shaggy nmane, pointed beard, and sharp, curved horns. In fact, the |
|          wildebeest is better described as a reliable source of food for    |
|          the truly menacing predators of the African savanna: lions,        |
|          cheetahs, wild dogs, and hyenas.                                   |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Fast Facts:                                                                 |
|  Type: Mammal                                                               |
|  Diet: Herbivore                                                            |
|  Size: Up to 4.5 ft                                                         |
|  Weight: 330 to 550 lbs                                                     |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Afrika Tips: When the wildebeest herd thickens, it will cross the river to  |
|              graze on Kiwanja.                                              |
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| Link: http://ui24.gamefaqs.com/2295/gfs_75523_2_76.jpg                      |
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06.)                    TROPHIES                                     G0600
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Most of the trophies are mission-specific and will be achieved if you are
persistent with the progress of the game. The only trophy I found that was odd
was the bottle although you can go through the game and miss out on a few hunts
which cannot be re-done unless you start a new game (I think). Here is a list:

African Elephant (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Looking for material for a new picture book"
  Complete Mission No. 014

African Elephant Boss (Silver)
 Complete Mission "Mind risking your life for a photo?"
  Complete Mission No. 086

African Elephant Showering (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "African Elephant cooling off in the water"
  Complete Mission No. 022

African Elephant Trumpet (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Urgent! African Elephant's powerful roar"
  Complete Mission No. 031

Approach African Buffalo (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Photo for 'Nature Power' magazine"
  Complete Mission No. 013

Baby Cheetah Cry (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "An adorable baby calling for its mama"
  Complete Mission No. 098

Cheetah Hunt (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Hunting at 60 mph"
  Complete Mission No. 005

Cheetah on car (Silver)
 Encounter "Cheetah on car"
  Complete Big Game No.18. This should trigger late in the game when you are
  around the Cheetah hangout. MAke sure you are not on an active mission else
  it will surely not trigger.

Cheetah vs Warthog (Bronze)
 Encounter "Cheetah vs Warthog"
  This is missable!?
  Complete Big Game No.16. When a mission asks you to snap the rogue warthog
  you must not have a mission active when going to find it at the southwest of
  Duma Steppe. This will trigger the big game hunt. If you submit a photo of
  the warthog without triggering this then the big game hunt will not be
  available and you will miss out on the trophy until your next game. (I am 99%
  sure of it, but maybe it will trigger randomly later in the game)

Collect Crittercam (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Crittercam retrieval"
  Complete Mission No. 081

Commemorative Photo with Masai (Bronze)
 Complete mission "Job: Piece to be included in photo book"
  Complete Mission No. 076

Complete Animal Encyclopedia (Gold)
 Complete the Animal Encyclopedia
  This is done by submitting photos of new animals for Mission 001. Not only
  does a new animal fill the photos on the Field Guide but you get 3D models
  for each kind under the details (adult, male, female, baby). If you are
  missing a 3D model it will be grayed out. Not every animal has multiple
  versions with most just having an adult variation, and often capturing just
  one version of the adult form adds both male and female to the guide. Submit
  the photo for this one to add to the Field Guide and if there are no more
  missing photos or models then you should get the trophy immediately after
  submitting the last one for this mission. Check Mission 001 for more details
  on how many animals there are and what types they have, as well as where to
  find them. The Field Guide is a viewable from the laptop. Page 10 does not
  have a photo in the bottom right corner by the way. Most people are missing
  either an animal that does not have a mission or one of the babies. The
  babies show up randomly and it varies throughout the game. If you are missing
  an animal that was on a mission then you might still have photos for it, else
  you need to go out an explore. This is the most time-consuming mission there
  is.

Complete Safari Mode (Gold)
 Complete Mission "The 'Nunda', a giant beast of legend"
  Complete Mission No. 118 and thus the story mode by going on the balloon
  ride. You get this during the last cutscene before the credits.

Discover Black Leopard (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Black Leopard lurking in the dark"
  Complete Mission No. 116

Discover King Cheetah (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "King Cheetah with snake-like patterns"
  Complete Mission No. 114

Discover Okapi (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "The rare and cautious okapi'
  Complete Mission No. 117

Discover Pygmy Hippopotamus (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "The endangered Pygmy Hippopotamus"
  Complete Mission No. 115

Find Bottle (Silver)
 Find the bottle
  The green bottle that can be found at the base of Polepole Falls in Choroa
  Gorge AFTER you complete the balloon ride at the end of the game, or, as
  reported by someone, finish all missions but the balloon ride and also finish
  the encyclopedia. The bottle is then spawned in the middle of the water basin
  at Polepole Falls in Choroa Gorge. You will have to avoid the three elephants
  in the area to reach it. Hopefully two will start walking towards the
  entrance and you can sneak/run by them at the right edge. The elephants might
  spot you here but do not panic and just keep running towards the back of the
  falls, and slowly steer towards the side the third elephant is not. If all is
  clear you can make your way along the waterfall pouring down and towards the
  middle of the waterfall. Once you grab the bottle the trophy will unlock and
  then quickly press Triangle and select 'End Safari' to return to base. You
  cannot do that in alert state, nor can you pick up the bottle then so run
  into a corner and hope you are safe to try again later. You do not have to
  return to base to complete having the bottle but it is easier than having to
  avoid the elephants again. This is not as hard as it sounds but still
  contains more risk than any mission you have to do in the game. I would say,
  take away the moral of risking everything to get an empty bottle...if life
  gives you a bottle, fill it with water?

Gerenuk Eating Food (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Urgent! Photo for 'All About Mammals' guide"
  Complete Mission No. 055

Hippopotamus Fight (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Victory hinges on the size of their mouths"
  Complete Mission No. 051

Hippopotamus Yawn (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "The ultimate big mouth... You know who!"
  Complete Mission No. 003

Item Complete (Gold)
 Get all the items
  You get 19 out of the 20 items from just playing missions until the end.
  Check the list in the Tools section to get an overview of how to obtain the
  items. You will miss one more (20) which is a green bottle, simply called
  'Bottle'. See the trophy called 'Find Bottle' for more information on this
  item and you should complete the trophy at the same time. The trophy will
  unlock when you get all items even if you do not make it back to case camp
  with the bottle after grabbing it.

Jambo! AFRIKA! (Platinum)
 Completed AFRIKA! Congratulations!!!
  This is the usual Platinum trophy you get for obtaining all other trophies.

Leopard Hunt (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "A silent hunter that sneaks up on its prey"
  Complete Mission No. 034

Leopard vs Olive Baboon (Bronze)
 Encounter "Leopard vs Olive Baboon"
  This is missable!?
  Watch Big Game No.15. When you get the mission to submit a photo for the
  leopard competition (089) you want to move out to the baboon forest at Lake
  Heroe. The big game hunt will trigger. If you submit a picture before going
  there the mission will not trigger and you miss the trophy until your next
  game. (I am 99% sure of it, maybe it will trigger randomly later in the game)

Lion Fight (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Intergenerational battle"
  Complete Mission No. 104

Lion Hunt (Silver)
 Complete Mission "Job: The king's hunt"
  Complete Mission No. 099

Lions Pride (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Lion, king of the beasts"
  Complete Mission No. 066

Masai Giraffe Necking (Silver)
 Complete Mission "Research Req: Fight between Masai Giraffes"
  Complete Mission No. 054

Mission & Big Game Trophy Complete (Gold)
 Complete all the missions and the big game trophy
  This is missable!?
  I am quite sure you could potentially miss out on this my missing out on some
  big game trophies! Aside from that, Mission 001 (which is never gone from
  your inbox) counts as complete after just submitting once.

Mysterious Footprints (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Please go verify this rumor"
  Complete Mission No. 080

Mysterious Wall Painting (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Investigate evidence of indigenous people"
  Complete Mission No. 050

Nile Crocodile Hunt (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "To my dear Nile Croc specialist!"
  Complete Mission No. 068

Pelican Cry (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Urgent! Need that bird call"
  Complete Mission No. 073

Plains Zebra's Intimidation (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Wrath of the Plains Zebra"
  Complete Mission No. 059

Skull Collection 1 (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Could you hunt down some animal bones?"
  Complete Mission No. 062

Skull Collection 2 (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Clue to the mystery creature's identity"
  Complete Mission No. 102

Sunset and Cheetah (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "You're a hit! Got time for another?"
  Complete Mission No. 108

Sunset and Oryx (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "The oryx and its long horns"
  Complete Mission No. 085

Sunset and Reticulated Giraffe (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "A single shot that symbolizes Africa"
  Complete Mission No. 041

Travel side by side with troop (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Urgent! Publicity still for our documentary"
  Complete Mission No. 083

White Rhinoceros Family (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "Thanks! Our book is flying off the shelves"
  Complete Mission No. 077

White Rhinoceros Fight (Bronze)
 Encounter "White Rhinoceros Fight"
  Complete Big Game No.09
  
Wild Dog Hunt (Bronze)
 Complete Mission "The endangered African Wild Dog"
  Complete Mission No. 024

Wildebeest River Crossing (Silver)
 Complete Mission "The wildebeest herd's spectacular moment"
  Complete Mission No. 040


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XX.)                    FAQ                                          GXX00
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Q) I did not submit the Nile Crocodile for my Field Guide, can I still find it?
A) Yes, in Fever Trees near the end of the game. It is very rare. Good luck.

Q) I am missing Animal x for the Field Guide, please help!
A) Look at Mission 001 for detailed info.

Q: Where is the bottle?
A: It is at the base of Polepole Falls AFTER you have done the balloon ride,
   although some people have reported it shows up if you just complete all
   missions before that and have a complete encyclopedia. Either way you have
   to wait until very, very late in the game to get the two trophies for the
   bottle and items. The most common mistake people do is try to find this
   earlier and panic when they do not see the bottle. It is rather easy to spot
   once it is there.

Q: Why does animal x not show up at the usual place?
A: You probably have a mission active. If so then some animals tend to not load
   in that area. Try again later, or just try returning to the area anyway.
   Sometimes it takes several in-game days to alternate between animals at the
   same spot, including the "no animal here today" trigger that sometimes
   occurs as well.

Q: Is there any point to the evaluation grade?
A: Not really, since you have plenty of money anyway. I had bought everything
   well before the end of the game and before the missions dished out 100,000
   on a regular basis, and this includes shopping expensive jeep paint jobs.
   Try to take good pictures though, since it guarantees mission success and
   saves time coming back later. There is nothing worse than a "face is too
   small" kind of message when you have returned back to base from far away.

Q: What happens at sundown?
A: You automatically return to base unless you have a camping tent which gives
   you the option to stay in the area over night and resume exploring the next
   morning. This is required for at least one mission, and useful for others.

Q: How long is a day?
A: Staying in the same area it can be around 25~30 minutes, yet driving between
   areas will speed this up. You can watch the sunset yourself by the way, nice
   effect.

Q: An animal is angry and my screen is flashing red, what is going on?
A: You have a short time until the animal attacks you which will knock you out
   (returning you to the base camp and losing all pictures on your camera in
   the process). To avoid this, stay clear of the animals if you can, or run
   away from it after it started to be angry.

Q: What happens when I get attacked by an animal?
A: You return back to base but lose all the pictures you took since the last
   transfer, i.e are on your camera... This, aside from whoever decided to
   design the area just outside where you start every safari is a dry river
   that ensures a bumpy ride when you leave, is the most annoying thing in the
   game.

Q: What is my maximum picture storage?
A: 200, after that you have to delete some. Delete only very early pictures
   since you never know what you might want again for another mission (esp.
   Mission 001). If you don't have enough space for the transfer it will not be
   done automatically unless you delete some pictures. Once there is enough
   space again it will do an automatic transfer. In the meantime you can do
   manual transfers from the card, or delete some from the temporary storage.

Q: Do I get penalized for ramming animals?
A: Your partner will stop the car (somehow) way before that happens and scold
   you for it. Nothing really, just waste time but it's often unavoidable with
   herds running around the area.

Q: Can I get stuck with the car?
A: Yes, it happens sometimes, and your partner will point it out but then you
   will somehow get freed so don’t worry about it. And who decided to design
   the base camp to be surrounded by a dried out river you have to cross every
   time you move out into the territory? But I digress.

Q: How do I do a night safari mission?
A: The first missions are triggered by sleeping during the day, which happens
   you have to accept the mission to work. Later on, just exit the camp at
   sundown and you will be asked if you want to go on a night safari and what
   area. If it not sundown yet simply go out and select 'End Safari' to be back
   at the base at day's end.

Q: Why are some of the missions in the list "n/a"?
A: They do not exist, either because they were cut in development and later the
   missions were not renumbered or it is meant to be that way for some reason.
   I suspect the former. The trophy for completing all missions unlocks when
   all the others are complete thus you can ignore the "n/a" ones.


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YY.)                    VERSION HISTORY                              GYY00
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