Where To Find/See/Look For Cape Clawless Otter In the Kruger National Park
The Cape (African) Clawless Otter is a very shy animal in general and hard to find in the Kruger National Park. The Cape Clawless Otter is mainly active during the night time periods and early morning and late evening. Below is a guide of where to specifically look for Cape Clawless Otter in the Kruger National Park, its starts off with a list of the best areas to visit and roads to drive and there is a distribution map of the hotspots of where this animal occurs most frequently.
Read more about Kruger's Otters here...
What Roads, Waterholes, Lookouts & Camps Are Best To See The Cape Clawless Otter In The Kruger National Park?
- The Letaba, Olifants, Lower Sabie & Skukuza bridges
- The S44, S46 and S93 in the Letaba/Olifants area
- The H4-1 between Nkhulu and Lower Sabie
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