|Anysberg Nature Reserve|
|ప్రదేశం||Western Cape, South Africa|
|విస్తీర్ణం||625 కి.మీ2 (241 చ. మై.)|
The Anysberg Nature Reserve of 62,500 ha is situated in the western Kleinkaroo region of the Western Cape province, South Africa. The central mountain is named after Anise, Pimpinella anisum, which is found in the reserve. The reserve was established in 1988 to conserve Succulent and Fynbos flora in the Cape Fold Belt, and to reintroduce game which formerly occurred here.
Fed by three rivers, the diversity of life is supported here amidst mountain feathers and the characteristic Klein Karoo veil.
About 180 species of birds are regularly spotted in the reserve, making it a popular choice for bird watchers. In addition to the enchanting landscape and rich plant and animal life, the reserve is also home to San rock art, painted thousands of years ago. 
Succulents Gibbaeum pubescens, Anysberg Nature Reserve