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WESTERN HARTEBEEST Hunting

Alcelaphus buselaphus major
Distribution: From Senegal eastward to northern Cameroon.
Description: The western hartebeest is a relatively large hartebeest with a high frontal pedicel. General color is a dull sandy brown, with the front of the legs darker, and a distinctive white line between the eyes. The horns (both sexes) are thick, massive and U-shaped when viewed from the front.
CITES: Not listed.

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