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Barbary sheep are relatively large sheep from the dry, mountainous regions of North Africa. They are herbivorous, feeding on a variety of vegetation such as grass, forbs, and shrubs. Seasonal variation plays a role in determining their diet. They can survive for long periods without drinking fresh water by using metabolic water.
The bluegill sunfish reaches up to 35cm in length and 1kg in weight, with a compressed ovoid body shape. Body colouration iridescent greeny-blue with vague vertical bands along the body. Jaw and gills blue, breeding males develop an orange chest. Large eyes with a small upturned mouth. Native to eastern and central North America. Preys on insects, small invertebrates as well as small fish and frogs.
The bongo is the largest and heaviest forest antelope. It has an auburn or chestnut coat with 10 to 15 vertical white stripes running down its sides. They found in disturbed forest mosaics that provide fresh, low-level green vegetation.
Brown trout have a streamlined, spindle-shaped body which is silver to olive-brown, yellow, with small scales and covered with large reddish-brown spots. In South African dams, this species can grow up to 75 cm in length and over 6 kg in weight, whereas in rivers, smaller specimens are found. This fish feeds on invertebrates, insect larvae, flying insects, and molluscs, as well as fish and frogs.
Brown trout has a fusiform (or spindle-like) body shape. It is silver to olive-brown and yellow in colour, with small scales and large red spots covering the body. In South African dams, this species can grow up to 75cm in length and weigh over 6kg, whereas in rivers, smaller specimens are found. This fish feeds on invertebrates, insect larvae, aerial insects and molluscs, as well as the occasional fish and frog.