greater kudu


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Synonyms for greater kudu

a variety of kudu

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Caption: The greater kudu is often at the top of the "wish list" for first-time African hunters.
Owen-Smith and Cooper (1989) indicated that the protein requirement for browsers such as the greater kudu is 9% at the end of dry season and 12%-14% in the late wet season.
Though I have yet to take an elk with this load, I did take a zebra, greater kudu and gemsbok with it.
Among the newcomers during this interval were several that survive today, including the greater kudu, roan antelope, blue duiker, and the oryx.
Of the dozens of African antelope, the greater kudu is probably the most recognizable--and the most prized by hunters.
It was the best place for greater kudu that I've seen in years, and kudu are always interesting.
Before I knew it, I was looking up from ground level at a dozen greater kudu cows and one young bull.
In the article entitled "Distribution of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy in Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros)" by Andrew A.
Time and time again, bowhunters who have been to Africa rave most about the greater kudu.
On a seven-day plains game hunt, you will probably have a primary animal--the greater kudu is the favorite, and if you concentrate on him you will probably get him--and you can expect two or three other trophies along the way.
Of all the species exposed naturally to the bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) agent, the greater kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros), a nondomesticated bovine from Africa, appears to be the most susceptible to the disease.
The author used a light, but mostly favorable wind to stalk this difficult greater kudu on an African hunt.
No question the warthog is of different beauty from the majesty of the greater kudu or the sable antelope.
The actual game list varies somewhat by province, but greater kudu are available almost everywhere.
Less exotic homed creatures, among them deer, elk, mule deer, greater kudu, have persevered in spite of at times heavy hunt and an array of infections, including, recently, prion diseases.
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