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18° 51′ 32.01″ S, 16° 55′ 31.32″ E

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Description ♂, ♀ Giraffa camelopardalis angolensis Lydekker, 1903
Afrikaans: Parende Suidelike savannekameelperde by Chudopwatergat, Etosha, Namibië
English: Mating Southern savannah giraffes at Chudop waterhole, Etosha, Namibia
Français : Deux Girafes s'accouplant. Point d'eau de Chudop, Etosha, Namibie
Date 30 June 2007
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English: Mating Angolan Giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis angolensis) at Chudop waterhole, Etosha, Namibia.
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