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East African Greater Kudu - Species Detail
Tragelaphus strepsiceros bea
DESCRIPTION The body and horns of the East African greater kudu are somewhat smaller than those of the southern subspecies, the body color is brighter and the stripes are more conspicuous. There usually are 6-8 vertical stripes on each side.
DISTRIBUTION The Imatong Mountains of southeastern Sudan, the Karamoja region of northeastern Uganda, in Kenya, and in Tanzania.
TAXONOMIC NOTES Includes bea (Kenya) and frommi (Tanzania), with bea Heller, 1913 having priority.
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