situtunga

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situtunga

an antelope with spreading feet adapted to marshy ground. Called also marsh-buck, Limnotragus spekei.
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I took a wonderful East African sitatunga, and after eight days of doing nothing but hunting roan, Jaco and I took an East African specimen, a long-coveted animal.
Jaco had intel that a big sitatunga had been seen not far from an old camp.
We hope we'll have more Sitatungas shortly as a new male is arriving any time now.
Sitatungas or marshbucks originate in Africa where they are now an endangered species, particularly in their native Kenya.
Your children will be able to have their picture taken with Peppa and while you're there why not take a rowing boat on the lake, go on foot through the New Wild Trail, look out for the European Moose or take a miniature train through the equatorial trail to see tapir, sitatunga, and capybara.
Get aboard the Equatorial Express around the Mizzy Lake to see the water-loving tapir, capybara and sitatunga.
Section Head Emma Gatcliffe effectively let her spare bedroom to Sultana, a baby Sitatunga antelope she was hand rearing after the fawn was abandoned by her mother.
In the wild the normally shy Sitatunga Antelopes are native to central Africa and are now regarded as a threatened species.