Hippotragus equinus

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Hippotragus equinus

roan antelope.
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Theileriosis (cytauxzoonosis) in roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus): field exposure to infection and identification of potential vectors.
North Sotho words incorporating hlaba refer to stabbing, wounding and roan antelope (Ziervogel & Mokgokong 1978).
In areas where roan did occur, rituals may have included the simulation of a wounded roan antelope (cf.
The animals that can be hunted include the Hippopotamus, Crocodile, Sable, Lechwe, Eland, Elephant, Kudu, Impala, Warthog, Oryx, Klipspringer, Leopard, Roan Antelope, Spotted Hyena, Blue Wildebeest, Duiker, Steenbok, Buffalo, Giraffe and the Hartmann Zebra.
Since then Knowles has succeeded in preserving such animals as the Roan antelope, the Scimitar-horned Oryx and the small Przewalski's wild horse.
The cottages also allow you to get up close and personal with the herds of endangered African hoof stock--zebras and sable, kudu, and roan antelope (and, next year, giraffes too)--that roam the preserve.
He noted that, except for Roan Antelope mining in Luanshya, which has been facing serious liquidity problems, the other companies are firmly on course with their re-investment and development programmes.
In the blink of a century, 90 percent of the bulk mass of all grazing animals in the green hills of Africa had shifted from rhinos, elephants, kudu, sable, giraffes, zebras, buffalo, roan antelope, impala, and gazelles to European-bred cattle.
Five new records for the price of game were set, amongst them R71,000 for a sable antelope and R121,000 for a roan antelope.
The first phase involved taking over the Chambishi cobalt and acid plant for the on-going toll treatment of Nkana, Nchanga and Roan Antelope concentrates.
Roan Antelope Mining Corporation of Zambia (RAMCOZ), which bought Luanshya/Baluba mines last year, is to spend $50m on a new Mulyashi Open Pit mine.
Many of these spots feature blinds and viewing stands where visitors may watch roan antelope, baboons, monkeys, waterbuck, crocodiles, buffalo, kob, and even a lion now and then.