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Tragelaphus imberbis

Distribution: Southeastern Sudan; southern and eastern Ethiopia; Somalia; the Karamoja region of northeastern Uganda; Kenya; and central and northeastern Tanzania.

Description: A graceful, slender, medium-sized antelope with long, spiraling horns. It has a straight back, large ears and a bushy tail. It is grayish brown in color, with 11-13 well-defined white stripes on each side, an incomplete white chevron between the eyes, and white patches on the throat and neck. Its short, brown mane continues as a white dorsal crest. Only the males have horns, and these are keeled, with 2-3 close spirals, and diverge only moderately.

CITES: Not listed

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