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- noun Either of two large African antelopes (Tragelaphus strepsiceros or T. imberbis) having a brownish or grayish coat with white vertical stripes and, in the male, long, spirally curved horns.
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- noun A large, striped, African
antelopeof the species Tragelaphus imberbis (the lesser kudu) or Tragelaphus strepsiceros (the greater kudu)
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- noun either of two spiral-horned antelopes of the African bush
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Hunters of Africa mind the kudu, which is one of the reports of antelope, surprised that the animal, he fled.
Andrew Sanocki This lion in Botswana's Okavango Delta will remain with his kill—a species of antelope known as the kudu—for several days, until he has finished consuming it.
This is clearly occurring in the Drakensberg Montane Grasslands, Woodlands and Forests ecoregion, where the absence of large browsers such as kudu and black rhino, in combination with intensive grazing by ostriches and goats, is allowing significant thicket encroachment.
This fence has prevented the eastwards migration of large mammals such as kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros) to the eastern Sperregebiet after times of good rain when this area becomes a lush grassland.
a cow, although a local antelope called kudu tastes best, spiced salted and hung to dry.
On his 18,500-acre ranch, Knipe keeps cows and goats as well as wild game such as kudu, impala, gemsbok and giraffes, which
Game such as kudu have started dying as a result of poor or no grazing. "
They chased giraffes, elands, and kudu while fighting off mambas, lions, and leopards.
When I feel a pulling toward a kudu, I sing that song.
Here, the cough of a hunting lion may enter a man, and the mighty leap of a beautiful kudu may possess a woman.