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Lesser kudu

Tragelaphus imberbis

Description:

The head-and-body length is typically 110–140 cm (43–55 in). Males reach about 95–105 cm (37–41 in) at the shoulder, while females reach 90–100 cm (35–39 in). Males typically weigh 92–108 kg (203–238 lb) and females 56–70 kg (123–154 lb). The females and juveniles have a reddish-brown coat, while the males become yellowish grey or darker after the age of two years. Horns are present only on males. The spiral horns are 50–70 cm (20–28 in) long, and have two to two-and-a-half twists.

Habitat:

Semidry savannah, Tsavo West NP


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Benno Ibold
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Benno Ibold

Taita Taveta, Kenya

Lat: -2.96, Long: 38.10

Spotted on Jul 27, 2017
Submitted on Sep 25, 2017

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