The Kenya Gerenuk, Litocranius walleri, is a very distinctive gazelle, especially when feeding.
Kenya Gerenuk stands on its hind legs and uses its long neck to browse the bushes and trees
It eats leaves, buds, fruit and flowers as well as any climbing plants. It is a dry country animal and gets most of its water from its food, only occasionally stopping to drink from pools. They are common in Samburu and we've found this is the best place to see them.