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Abyssinian Greater Kudu (free range) - Species Detail
Tragelaphus strepsiceros chora
DESCRIPTION The Abyssinian greater kudu has a smaller, paler body, and horns that are usually much smaller than in the East African or southern subspecies. There are usually 4-5 vertical stripes on each side.
DISTRIBUTION Ethiopia and the adjacent Blue Nile region of east central Sudan. May still survive on the northern slopes of the Gaan Libah in northern Somalia.
TAXONOMIC NOTES Includes abyssinicus (Kordofan to Somalia) and chora (eastern Sudan), with chora Cretzschmar, 1826 having priority.
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