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a large African antelope with lyre-shaped horns that curve backward

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Hartebeest, Gazelle, Jackals, Cape Buffalo, Leopards, and Spotted Hyenas are common sights while the once common wild African dog has all but disappeared, feared to be extinct, but not yet verified as such.
Niassa offers the ability to hunt some very sought-after PG species like Niassa wildebeest, Litchenstein's hartebeest, Bohme's zebra and suni.
Aldebaran was seen as a male hartebeest, and Betelgeuse as its mate.
Among the species that have disappeared are the Bubal hartebeest, which is now extinct; the scimitar horned oryx, which is extinct in the wild; and the African wild dog and African lion, which are both locally extinct in the Sahara.
The Bubal hartebeest is extinct; the scimitar horned oryx is extinct in the wild; and the African wild dog and African lion have vanished from the Sahara.
Potential browser and grazer prey species on Namibian farmland are: kudu Tragelaphus strepsiceros, gemsbok Oryx gazella, hartebeest Alcelaphus buselaphus, springbok Antidorcas marsupialis, warthog Phacochoerus africanus and cattle Bos taurus (Marker et al.
Namibia has three subspecies of "beests" -- the blue, the black and the red hartebeest, each very interesting and distinctly different.
Large game species consists of Kudu, Oryx and Red Hartebeest while small game species consists of Springbok and Warthog.
They therefore preferred to identify the yahmur "as the hartebeest (Alcelaphus buselaphus), as is also suggested in the translation of the Septuagint and the Vulgate.
Today, the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve includes 38 different habitats that are home to four per cent of all bird species in the world, along with rare and endangered animals including black rhino, white rhino, Lichtensteins hartebeest and African wild dogs, among other wildlife.
Antibodies to BEHV have, however, been reported in domesticated deer and goats, as well as many wild ruminants including Cape buffalo, hartebeest, waterbuck, wildebeest, kudu, deer, antelope and giraffes.
Working with colleagues from the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service's National Veterinary Services Laboratories, the group plans to use a particular MCF virus strain present in hartebeest and topi (African antelopes) that does grow in culture.
For years, people here thought of the zebras, giraffes, buffalo, hartebeest and other animals that once roamed this vast, trackless region as just another collective casualty of southern SudanAAEs 20-year civil war.
Antelope, such as the hartebeest out of which the bag was made, conferred a particular potency, which was primarily transferred by scent.