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bushbuck

an antelope, tragelaphusscriptus.
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The arrow smacked the bushbuck hard, but because of the thickness of the bush I couldn't see exactly where it hit.
The study, one of the first of its kind in the world, identified 28 key regions for bushbucks.
Whereas our lynx survives on snowshoe rabbits and birds, caracal routinely bring down mature game animals the size of bushbuck and impala (not to mention domestic sheep and goats, which is why African ranchers detest them).
According to Mashego (1997:26-116), female circumcision is done in the Bushbuck Ridge area among the Mapulana people.
brucei rhodesiense from a single bushbuck in the 1950s (34) led to the assumption that wildlife was the principal reservoir for human disease and resulted in widespread culling of wildlife for disease control.
Situated in Abardare National Park and rising straight out of the ground on stilts, Treetops has four decks and a rooftop viewing platform from which guests can watch rhino, elephant, buffalo, lion and bushbuck at close range.
I saw hundreds of kudu, impala and warthogs each day, as well as some of the biggest bushbuck on the planet.
Later, a world's-record bushbuck slips in wraith-like and, caught off guard, I rush the shot and miss him narrowly--one of those memories still able to haunt me today.
Malawi's tourism authority says that the Majete reserve in the south of the country once recorded many species of wildlife, including elephant, sable, kudu, hartebeest, waterbuck, bushbuck and the diminutive duiker.
However, increasing numbers of travelers are exposed to tsetse fly bites in disease-endemic areas, and many of the game animals that the safari-tourist will view, including bushbuck, waterbuck, and lion, are potential reservoirs.
Five years earlier, I'd had a successful safari with my Schafer Silvertip recurve, taking a 41-inch gemsbok and a blue wildebeest in South Africa, plus three impala rams and a trophy bushbuck in Zimbabwe.
There are plentiful kudu and waterbuck, fine bushbuck and nyala, wildebeest, Livingston's eland and even sable.