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Kobus kob


Murchison Falls, Uganda




This kob is similar in appearance to the impala but is more heavily built and the two species are not related. Kobs are generally reddish-brown with the underside of the body being white with a white ring around each eye and a white patch on the throat. This kob is a male displaying its thick and ringed, almost to the tip, horns.

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