Mammals cited @ Kranshoek
Groototter/African Clawless Otter (Aonyx capensis) Average weight 18kg, length 1500cm:
Distributed among the wetter parts of Southern Africa and its South-eastern Coast. These otters eat fish, shellfish (mostly crustaceans) as well as other large invertebrates, like octopus. African Clawless Otters are crepuscular (most active at dusk and dawn) and can be found in both freshwater and marine environments. Predators that catch these animals include crocodiles and fish eagles. They are extremely agile swimmers and will use waterways as a means of escape. This species is not threatened.
Streepmuis/Four-Striped Mouse (Rhabdomys pumilio) Average weight 50g, length 10cm:
This species of mouse is distributed throughout Southern Africa and reaches north towards the Congo in Central Africa. Although these mice forage alone, they live in family groups in burrows. These groups generally include one or two males, with up to four females. Four-Stripped Mice have an omnivorous diet which includes insects, roots, seeds and tubers. Ecologically they form a large part of the food-chain for predators such as owls, eagles, jackals and wild cats. This species is not threatened.