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McBrides Camp Kafue NP - Central Area
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Central area of the camp, next to termite hill and close to the huge Sausage tree damaged by fire in 2007. Natural footpaths of animals are undisturbed thus still regularly frequented by elephants, lion and hippos

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Uploaded: 29/04/2011
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