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Sep05

National Geographic Documentary

WRITTEN BY // Banzi CATEGORIES // Capecheetah-blog

DOCUMENTARY AT INVERDOORN

National Geographic Documentary

I went with my friend Wilna to my favourite place on the reserve. As I was filmed by some guys for a TV doc on National Geographic , I chased a couple of antilopes ...everyone was so amazed to see me running , interestingly , I always thought a human ran not only slow but also funny, not surprisingly they can't pass the speed of a chicken !

Anyway, it was a great day ... Damian (dad) was here too , always talking to a guy with a stick and what looked like a dead rabbit on top (for the reader , Banzi talk about a microphone) , but i understand Dad (for the reader : Damian) , he has to organise team schedule , interview and scene , make sure about my gym session , my hairdresser , my lunch ... Not sure there will be a sequel to the documentary , as they have come twice but I understood they still have to come once to finish the documentary.

 

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Banzi

Banzi

Born on 2 October 2007, Banzi is a miracle story having survived a genetic deficiency that left his legs deformed at birth. Against all odds he underwent experimental surgery, which was a great success and today he is healthy and happy. He lives at Inverdoorn with his devoted sister Nushka, who supported him through his difficult surgery and thus the two...

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