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Scott Ramsay proves that iSimangaliso Wetland Park lives up to its name: “place of wonders” in isiZulu in South Africa.

Oryx...Beautiful

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Gemsbok is an oryx. Oryx species pefer near desert conditions. All have dark faces and straight horns except the scimitar oryx. Both female and males have horns.

The Waterbuck - Kopbus ellipsiprymnus, is a large antelope found widely in Sub-Saharan Africa .

The Waterbuck - Kopbus ellipsiprymnus, is a large antelope found widely in Sub-Saharan Africa . Their classification name derives from their rump markings.

♂ Wildlife photography animals The nyala (Nyala angasii or Tragelaphus angasii), also called inyala, is a South African spiral-horned antelope.

♂ Wildlife photography animals The NYALA (Nyala angasii or Tragelaphus angasii), also called inyala, is a South African spiral-horned antelope.

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funkysafari: “ Male Impala (Aepyceros melampus) on the Masia Mara Game Reserve, Kenya, Africa by David Davis Photoproductions ”

The Lion King _real life Kovu

The Lion King _real life Kovu

MOUNTAIN NYALA (Tragelaphus Buxtoni) -- on the endangered list

Mountain nyala (Tragelaphus buxtoni) Endangered on the IUCN Red List. Native to the highlands of Ethiopia, Tragelaphus buxtoni

Sable antelope, male

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When searching for a kudu trophy look for size and mass of horns, the longer and thicker the curled horns the older and healthier the animal

Pronghorn buck

Pronghorn Buck in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota. I helped hand raise one at the Little Rock Zoo, they have a 100 yard flight instinct so they must be hand-raised.

Waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus)

Nyalas are graceful leapers capable of clearing a m fence from a standstill. They are a savanna woodland species, and do not occur in open grassland, forest or desert and eat a greater variety than any of the other antelope in the southern African region.

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