Kenya Cokes Hartebeest

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Kenya Cokes Hartebeest Alcelaphus bucelaphus, also known as the Kongoni, has the distinctive "Hartebeest" look with its long narrow head and sloping back.

It is a grass eater which is found on open plains in small groups. Females tend to form harem troops and young males will often group together, although solitary males are often seen.

Coke's Hartebeest can be confused with the Topi (to which it is related) but is has longer, distinctly lyre shaped horns, an overall lighter colouration and no dark (blue) patches.

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