|Kob Kobus kob
(aka Buffon's Kob)
The Kob is distributed in a band across Africa south of the Sahara from Senegal to South Sudan and Uganda. See the map at IUCN. It is found in savannas and alluvial plains and is rarely far from permanent water.
|The male has lyre-shaped horns which are lacking in the female. Note also the facial pattern and the black stripe
down the front of the legs.
Some authorities split this species in which case this is Buffon's Kob Kobus kob and is distributed from Senegal to western Nigeria. This particular sub-species is classified as Vulnerable.
For more information see Wikipedia.
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