The vampire bats living in South America are not as aggressive and sadistic as one might imagine a vampire to be. Rather, they will wait until animals, such as cattle for example, are asleep and then make a small incision in the animal’s skin and lap up drops of blood.
The southern dwarf chameleon (Bradypodion ventrale) occurs in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. It is also known as the eastern Cape dwarf chameleon.
The working citrus farm on the property is called "Miskruier" (Afrikaans for Dung Beetle), and it was deliberately named so by Mr. HHJ Potgieter, when he bought the property 12 years ago.