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greater kudu

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2005) found that mopane was browsed by the greater kudu, though at a low quantity, even during the summer season when secondary metabolites are at high level.
As far as size, greater kudu are extremely hard to judge, and like so many animals, going away they often look bigger than they are.
Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy Infectivity in Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros)
BSE was diagnosed in six of eight greater kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros), a member of the family Bovidae, subfamily Bovinae, that died at the London Zoo from 1989 through 1992 (2,13,14).
Any mature greater kudu bull is a spectacular trophy, dramatic not just because of those wondrous twisting horns, but also because of his striking gray color offset by brilliant white side-stripes and nose chevron.
When caught in the open, its shiny black hide can be seen at great distances, and the sable isn't generally as wary or difficult to stalk as the greater kudu, eland or a dozen other antelopes I could name.
At that time, before border incursions from Sudan, the small-bodied western greater kudu were still plentiful and we both took great bulls.
This was my third safari at Mata Mata, which is only four years old, and I had taken Rick here on a special quest for two of the regions most notable big-game species, the desert-dwelling Kalahari gemsbok (giant oryx) and the southern greater kudu.
Most classic African literature is set in East Africa, where greater kudu have been scarce since the great rinderpest of a century ago.
The greater kudu is a shy, wary, cover-loving antelope whose gray hide and white stripes provide amazing camouflage in the thornbush he loves.
The state worked with the Iranian ibex, greater kudu, impala, Barbary sheep, and the Kalahari desert oryx, better known as African gemsbok.

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