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Bushbuck Doe


The bushbuck is the most widespread antelope in Sub-Saharan Africa, and is found in rain forests, montane forests, forest-savanna mosaics and bush savannaforest and woodland. The bushbuck ram is regarded by sports hunters as the most dangerous medium-size antelope, as it will hide in the bush after being wounded and charge the hunter when he comes looking for it, impaling the hunter with its sharp horns.

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jwpwhite 12 years ago
Tragelaphus scriptus Bushbuck

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Jinki Afrika
Jinki Afrika 12 years ago

Thanks, JP, for the ID! They all look the same to me :D I spotted them close to each other so I thought they're the same kind.

jwpwhite 12 years ago

The first photo is of a Bushbuck doe, the next three are Impala

Jinki Afrika
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Jinki Afrika

Manyara, Tanzania

Spotted on Feb 26, 2012
Submitted on Mar 18, 2012

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