Grant's Gazelle Hunting
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Grant's Gazelle Hunting

Gazella granti
Distribution: Southern Grant: Northeastern and central Tanzania, and Kenya south of the equator. Northern Grant: Southwestern Ethiopia east of the Omo River and extending northward in the Rift Valley to Lake Zwai, and north of the equator in Kenya except for the range of the Bright gazelle in the northwest.
Description: The southern Grant is the typical form. It has the longest horns of any Grant, or of any other gazelle, and typically they are widely spread. The general body color is light cinnamon or fawn. The northern Grant is often a little smaller than the southern Grant, with horns that are usually smaller and more parallel.
CITES: Not listed


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