The owner of a safari operation in South Africa was killed by a buffalo this week on the banks of the Levubu River. Claude Kleynhans, 54, died after a buffalo hit the hunter’s femoral artery – killing the man almost instantly.
According to the Review, Kleynhans had been the owner of Guwela Hunting Safaris, and his party had just shot and killed a buffalo as planned. The group had been clearing the area around the dead animal when another buffalo attacked and blindsided Kleynhans.
Kleynhans is survived by his wife and three children.
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