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  • Worse off even than the Hirola is the Scimitar Horned Oryx which is extinct in the wild.

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  • Hirola - Called the 'four-eye antelope' because its preorbital glands look like a second set of eyes.

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  • Hirola: Also called Hunter's hartebeest; the hirola is a highly threatened African antelope.

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  • Hirola -- One of the most most highly threatened antelopes in Africa, the hirola, or Hunter's hartebeest, is technically protected in Kenya and Somalia, but lack of effective enforcement leaves it vulnerable to poaching.

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  • As a rare species of antelope found only in one reserve in Africa, the Hirola was identified as one of the top ten focal species in 2007 by the

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  • Aders 'Duiker, the Saiga Antelope, the Addax, and the Hirola.

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  • The little-known Hirola is considered possibly the most endangered antelope in Africa.

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  • The Hirola is one of the focal mammals chosen by EDGE for conservation attention.

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