Tandala mkubwa These are beige, orange-colored gazelles with a white belly. Greater Kudu are found in northern Tanzania, southern Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenyan coast to Lake Victoria. Anterior view of a male.
The Lesser Kudu (Ammelaphus imberbis, formerly Tragelaphus imberbis). Unlike the Greater Kudu which is one of the slowest antelopes, the Lesser Kudu is one of the fastest, reaching running speeds of around
"Kudu are particularly common in the well-wooded areas of Chobe, the Kwando–Linyanti area and the Okavango, though they also occur throughout the drier areas of the Kalahari. They are browsers that thrive in areas with mixed tree savannah and thickets, an
Bontebok In 1931 84 survivors were moved into Bontebok National Park, in the Western Cape where this image was taken. There are now in excess of in a variety of South African National Parks and private game farms.