On the border between Zimbabwe and Botswana in Africa lies the Kazuma Pan National Park an unspoilt wilderness known for its large numbers of buffalo and elephant. The pure bushveld resembles the open savannah of East Africa in appearance and in the mass migrations of game from September to November. Wildlife to be seen in Kazuma Pan National Park include lion, leopard, Southern giraffe, common zebra, gemsbok, roan antelope, sable antelope, tsessebe, common eland and Southern reedbuck. African elephant and Cape buffalo are present in large numbers towards the end of the dry season when water is scarce elsewhere. White rhinoceros can also be frequently seen. A special species to the Kazuma Pan National Park is the oribi, a small antelope, which is rather rare in Zimbabwe. Cheetah or African wild dog are still present though rare but lions are fairly common.