Tuskers of the region: SATARA
Tuskers of Kruger
ID Marks - Description
Overview of the named & future Tuskers of region SATARA (roughly between Tshokwane and Olifants)
2020) added new tusker : Gudzani
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Died in 2014
Right ear is "floppy", two smaller notches in the left ear. Both tusks curved in- and upwards and almost equal in length
Right ear: Large notch, Left ear: some small notches. The left tusk is a bit longer and more curved then right one
Both tusks equal in length and classic shaped. Right ear unknown (not visible so far) , small hole in left ear
Clean ears. The left tusk is short and curved upwards. The right tusk is long and almost straight, bowed at the
Left ear: V-shaped notch at bottom of earlobe, right ear: clean. Right tusk longer then left one
Left ear: Notch with loose piece of skin and a hole in the lower part, Right ear: Mainly clean. Tusks: Left tusk more straight, right
tusk curved. Left tusk a bit longer then right one
Right ear: several notches and ragged (lower section), Left ear: Many small notches and a hole in the lower section. Tusks:
Classically shaped and almost equal in length.
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Future Tuskers of region SATARA:
Identification: Small hole in left ear (center) , right ear looks "floppy". Marks on trunk
** remark: This is a very old bull, but worth to document, not a future tusker **
"missing numbers" have been moved to the named tuskers
Identification: Small notches in right ear, big notch (center) and some loose skin in the left ear. Left tusk classical shaped, right tusk has been broken in the past.
Identification: Small hole in right ear, big notch in the left ear. Left tusk has been broken , Right tusk curved upwards. Both tusks are thick.
Right ear: small notch Left ear: two small holes and large notch at the upper side.
Both tusks curved inwards and almost
equal in length