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IMPALA
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The graceful impala is a slender, medium-sized antelope so adaptable that it is found from southern Africa to the northern limits of East Africa.
BUFFALO
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Buffalo thrive in open woodlands, savannas, forests, & lowland rainforests. They depend on water a lot & require habitats that receive at least 10′ of rain per year.
WILDEBEEST
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There’s no other antelope like a wildebeest. The antics of the territorial bulls during breeding season have earned them the name the “clowns of the savanna.
ORYX
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The oryx is a large antelope of striking appearance with long, spearlike horns. It has a thick, horselike neck with a short mane and a compact, muscular body.
LION
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Living in the grasslands, scrub, and open woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa, the lion is the second largest cat in the world. Unlike other cats, lions are very social animals.
LECHWE
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A Lechwe is a medium-sized antelope, well adapted to wetlands. Lechwes are grazers feeding mainly on semi-aquatic grasses, but also sour-grasses & herbs.
RHINOCEROUS
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Rhinos are large herbivorous mammals, identified by their horned snouts. Rhinos were recently on the brink of extinction up until recent conservation efforts in SA.
ROAN
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Roan antelope are one of the largest species of antelope. Similar in appearance to sable antelope. Sable antelope males are darker, being black rather than dark brown.
SABLE
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The sable is a barrel-chested antelope with a short neck and a long face. It resembles the larger roan antelope. Among its distinctive features are its long horns.