Tuesday, July 02, 2019

South African Nightlife is on Display in Springbok Casino's Tribute to Nocturnal Animals

The nights may be getting longer in the southern hemisphere, which isn't great for most humans, but for some creatures it is the best time of year! Springbok Casino wants to take you on a night safari to meet the amazing nocturnal animals of South Africa. While you're there learning about some fascinating creatures, collect the South African casino's monthly  bonus: 25 free spins on Panda Magic.

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What do Pangolins, Bushbabies, Polecats, Aardvarks and Bushpigs have in common? They all have highly developed senses of hearing and smell and specially adapted eyesight.

Since we so seldom get more than a glimpse of nocturnal animals, the casino has compiled an album of fun facts about the animals of the night.

“Capetown isn’t the only place in South African with night life!” said Springbok Casino manager Daniel van Wyck. “Out in the wilds there are lots of animals that have adapted to life in the dark.”

Bushbabies appear to be all eyes and ears.  In Afrikaans they’re called “galagos” or “nagapies”, which translates to “little night monkeys". Like its cousin the Skunk, Polecats mark their territory with a very unpleasant smell. Odd looking Aardvarks can devour as many as 50,000 termites in one night. Bushpigs are quite lazy, following fruit-eating monkeys to feast on their uneaten fruits.

At Springbok Casino customer service is available in both Afrikaans and English. The unique online casino offers hundreds of slots and casino games, all played in South African Rands.

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