Africa - This dark continent is a place of almost mystical appeal in the beauty of its landscape and its wildlife, its relatively unspoiled nature, its simplicity and raw innocence.
The Hunting Camps - Seeming to consist of a collection of tents set up around a fire, these are the closest thing to home and refuge and safety that the author and his party have under the intense, searching circumstances of the hunt.
Kudu - This antelope is rare and not easily caught, and is in many ways the ultimate trophy, with its head (particularly if it has a long and attractive pair of horns) serving as the ultimate prize.
Sable - This larger and darker African antelope or deer is very rare, making it in some ways the prize trophy.
Rhinoceros - This horned animal is a relatively easy target killed in preparation for the pursuit...
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