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Sibuya Game Reserve is delighted to welcome a new, very pale, member to the buffalo herd. The white buffalo calf was spotted on the 17th July 2015 on a game drive in the reserve, situated near Kenton-on-Sea.

Animals which lack pigment may be either albinos or leucistic animals. True albinos have no pigment and pink eyes, while leucistic animals have dark eyes and may have some pigment, which produces ‘ghost’ markings. Leucistic animals may darken with age.



As yet we’ve been unable to establish into which category this new addition belongs because the herd has disappeared into the bush.

Watch a video of this little white buffalo here:


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Sibuya Game Reserve

Sibuya is a magnificent, malaria-free game reserve spanning the meandering Kariega River. With just 12 luxury tents in two camps, professional guides are able to offer personalised game drives, rewarding walks and exclusive boat trips. The ancient floodplains and pristine coastal forest host an abundance of birds and game (45 species including the “Big Five”). The splendor of the vistas, with the Indian Ocean as their backdrop, will leave you saying “Sibuya” – we will return.