kob

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kob

a medium to large, semi-aquatic antelope related to the waterbuck. Called also Kobus spp.
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Using GPS technology in the form of tracking collars, Marjan discovered that the white-eared kobs have fairly regular migrations, and that they apparently migrate in a cyclic pattern on the plains below the Boma Plateau covering the area of the Boma National Park and Badingilu National Park.
Nine elephants, 12 tiang antelopes and 12 white-eared kob antelopes were anesthetized from a helicopter and then collared, Elkan said.
3 million white-eared kob, tiang antelope and Mongalla gazelle in Southern Sudan, plus 8,000 elephants.