This is the episode you've been looking for if you want to learn more about cape buffalo hunting. Kevin Robertson back on The Big Game Hunting Podcast again to kick off 2021! In this episode, Kevin provides a general overview of Cape buffalo: where they live, an overview of cape buffalo anatomy, why cape buffalo are so darn mean and tough, and how to evaluate a cape buffalo trophy, and much more.
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1) How Kevin first got interested in hunting cape buffalo.
2) A brief overview of cape buffalo: what they are, where they live, and their natural history.
3) Why Kevin thinks cape buffalo are so tough and bad tempered and how the rinderpest epidemic may factor into this.
4) How to evaluate a cape buffalo trophy and what changes he would make to the current record books.
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