World Cup video: Safaris make for different 'big game'
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World Cup video: Safaris make for different 'big game'

There's another kind of big game on offer to World Cup tourists in South Africa. Tourism chiefs hope football fans will take time to visit sites such as the Kruger National Park, home to lions, leopards, elephants and other wild animals. (The Associated Press)

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