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African Antelope and Gazelle.
The nocturnal addax is a critcially endangered antelope located in the Sahara Desert of Africa.
Dama Gazelle Facts
This critically endangered gazelle is the largest gazelle and lives in the Sahara region of Africa.
Gerenuks are a threatened species. They had extra long necks and are able to stand on their hind legs to eat food that other gazelles are unable to reach.
Grant's Gazelle Facts
Grant's gazelle live in East Africa. Among the least concern for extinction, human settlement is encroaching on their habitat.
Greater Kudu Facts
The second largest African antelope lives in Eastern and Southern Africa. Greater kudus have fabulous horns and are very vocal.
Lowland Nyala Facts
Lowland Nyala live mainly in Zululand reserves and are not on the endagered list. The male nyalas are dark and shaggy while the females have a reddish coat.
Sable Antelope Facts
The sable antelope roams eastern and southern Africa. They are prized for their ringed, arching horns.
Western Giant Eland Facts
The Western Giant Eland is critically endangered with roughly 200 living in the wild. The only population lives in a national park located in Senegal.
Yellow-Backed Duiker Facts African Culture Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | African Culture Site Map
The Yellow-Backed Duiker can be found in western central Africa with a small population in Kenya.
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