Lesser Kudu

Lesser Kudu image. An antelope with a slender appearance, grayish-brown coat with white vertical stripes and white patches on chest and throat. Rams are larger than ewes and have long, spiraled horns. They are closely associated with Acacia/Commiphora thorn bush, depending on thickets for cover and resting. Being diurnal, but probably also active by night, they mainly browse on tree and bush foliage. Lesser Kudus are non-territorial, with herds formed of 1-3 females and their offspring ranging much the same area as solitary adult males. These antelopes are only found in the South of Serengeti N.P.

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