dude..you should have shot some of those giant ratt looking things that are standing on there hind legs..between those ..the baboons.and the ostrich...we are talking grand slamm type shat right there!! the other critters are o.k. too..nice work :smiley-wnk-yellow:
No Mamba's but they are there. They have Black Mamba's, Spitting Cobra's, Puff Adders, and the Twig Snake, all HIGHLY POISONOUS. This time of year it is just starting to warm up so you don't have much run ins with them. In a couple of months you have to be careful. They had a video a client took last year that was pretty interesting! a snake crawled thru the window of the blind so the hunter jumped out the door and called his PH. When the PH came he went in and looked and saw the snake was coiled up between the wall and the cooler, so he took one of the clients arrows and started stabbing at it but missed the head, thinking it was just a regular nonvenomous snake, but....the snake opened his mouth and it was black! which is a black momba! the PH dove out of the window of the blind while the 10' Black Momba was going ape sh&t in the blind! He grabbed his rifle out of the truck and shot it. Scared the sh&t out of everyone, but the client was laughing pretty hard at the PH as he dove out the window! After everything calmed down the client went back to sitting at the blind saying the chance of that happening again were pretty slim, and he wanted to re watch the video a few times while waiting for the next animal!
The Puff Adder that Doug shot, they took and burned, since they said the dogs would chew on it and that would kill them!
Ambush....not sure which "tough" you mean, but the arrow flew thru no problem, clipped the heart and the meat was like real good beef, actually very tender and tasty. So good I think I will look for some of this bird here in the states!