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Steenbok Antelope, Ombonde Riverbed, Northwest Namibia, Africa by Bruce Muirhead

STEENBOK antelope - Steenbok Antelope, Ombonde Riverbed, Northwest Namibia, Africa by Bruce Muirhead

Zebras Removed Permanently After 4 Months from Kilimanjaro Safaris

The addax (Addax nasomaculatus), also known as the white antelope and the screwhorn antelope, is an antelope of the genus Addax, that lives in the Sahara desert.

Oryx...Beautiful

Gemsbok is an oryx. Oryx species pefer near desert conditions. All have dark faces and straight horns except the scimitar oryx. Both female and males have horns.

Dorcas Gazelle -Egypt's National Parks Qattara Depression in Nortwest Egypt. Siwa Oasis has been designated as a protectorate for its faunal and cultural diversity

Dorcas Gazelle -Egypt's National Parks Qattara Depression in Nortwest Egypt. Siwa Oasis has been designated as a protectorate for its faunal and cultural diversity

Roan Antelope - The body colour is overall fawn, with the lower parts of the legs dark brown to black. The distinctive black and white facial markings are characteristic features of this species. They have long pointed ears.

Roan Antelope - The body colour is overall fawn, with the lower parts of the legs dark brown to black. The distinctive black and white facial markings are characteristic features of this species. They have long pointed ears.

Guanaco

Described by Charles Darwin as “an elegant animal, with a long, slender neck and fine legs”, the guanaco is the largest wild member of the camelid family in South America, and is believed to be the.

Grey rhebok male | ©Kate Braun  (Near Logwaja viewpoint, Malolotja Nature Reserve, Swaziland) The Grey rhebok or Grey rhebuck, Pelea capreolus (Bovidae - Peleinae), is a small antelope endemic to a small region in southern Africa, inhabiting montane and plateau grasslands of South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho [1]. The body is covered by hair that is woollier and curlier than that of all other antelopes, which may be a reason P. capreolus is often mistaken as a mountain goat. The Grey rhebok…

Grey rhebok male | ©Kate Braun (Near Logwaja viewpoint, Malolotja Nature Reserve, Swaziland) The Grey rhebok or Grey rhebuck, Pelea capreolus (Bovidae - Peleinae), is a small antelope endemic to a small region in southern Africa, inhabiting montane and plateau grasslands of South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho [1]. The body is covered by hair that is woollier and curlier than that of all other antelopes, which may be a reason P. capreolus is often mistaken as a mountain goat. The Grey rhebok…

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