Gazelle Kennion (Jabir Gazelle)
Gazella bennetti fuscifrons
Distribution: Central and southern Iran, except for the Lut and Salt deserts, and southern Balochistan west of the Kirthar Range in Pakistan, at elevations not exceeding 3,000 feet (900 m). Replaced by the goitered gazelle at higher elevations.
Description: The sandy coat is rather long, especially in winter. Male horns average 9-11 inches (23-28 cm) in length. The horns are closer together at the base than in any race of Indian gazelle.
CITES: Not listed.