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kudu

a large, striking-looking antelope with very long, spiral horns, gray or tawny color with white stripes, called Strepsiceros strepsiceros and S. imberbis. Also greater kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros).
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Sometimes I stayed on stand all day, and throughout the day, hartebeests, elands, kudus, gemsbok, warthogs, and other game surrounded me, often coming within 4 to 5 yards.
In a first for Africa, Kudus worked with the Digital Monetisation System supplied by Exset to demonstrate innovative and appealing applications including games--that can be deployed by NBC over digital broadcast networks.
Only those who are ill, especially expecting mothers, use the cradle box but others usually use ropes (tied from bank to bank) to cross the gushing river," says Fareed Ahmed of Sakhna Shashu, who lives in a Kudu, recounting how every year some people die while crossing the river.
Not only is the kudu near the top of most bowhunters' wish lists, but I had botched a good opportunity at one the first time around.
Rabies in the kudu antelope (Tragelaphus strepsiceros).
Entering Central Java, visitors will first visit the cemetery of Sunan Kudus in Kudus.
Yeni Safak, "Filistin ve Kudus Turklerin de Davasidir", 23 October 2000.
On–loan Rangers kid Callum Gallagher slotted home the only goal of the game with 10 minutes to go after latching onto a great ball from Kudus Oyenuga.
Kudus are particularly susceptible to rabies infection, manifesting in a so-called mad kudu, foaming at the mouth, often very aggressive and witnessed by kudu carcasses hanging in fences, as the weakened animal failed to clear the fence when jumping over it.
At midmorning two kudus, a cow and young bull, drank broadside at the edge of the waterhole, about 20 yards away.
The new arrivals will help clear the bush-choked land, making it more suitable for grazing animals, including zebras, gazelles, elands and kudus, increasing the diversity in the park.
Michael Kudus from Alameda and bound for the University of California, Berkeley