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WESTERN SAHARA. 21st - 28th MARCH 2019.

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Zarek Cockar

@johnweir apologies for the late reply.  I've been offline for a long time.  Your spider looks like a Huntsman of some sort (Sparassidae), but I don't have my books on me and I don't know which species occur in Western Sahara!  I'll have to go back through your whole report as I now see lots of interesting images.

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Lyss

What a fantastic trip! I am so enamored by your wolf! I had seen cam videos of a possible wolf in the mountains of Northern Africa, but it is not yet confirmed if that is what it is. I'd love to know more about them but I know they are so rare and that you got to see one is just icing on a really neat trip already. I am a desert dweller myself so it is always fun to see other deserts and how they look compared to the Sonoran from which I hail from. Thank you for sharing your journey through the sand with us!

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TonyQ

Excellent report, fascinating information on cats and canids. Thank you

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