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: Sam Radjabi (olontur) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 25 W: 2 N: 15] (91)
: Animals
: 2005-04
: Mammals
: Canon 300D, EF 75-300mm III USM
: African Rare Antelope 1 [view contributor(s)]
: 2005-07-19 6:08
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Sable Antelope, Hippotragus niger

Sable antelopes are gregarious, nomadic animals. They roam the dry acacia country of Africa in large herds, usually led by a master bull, and they feed on grass and plant life.
Sable antelopes were much sought by hunters. Ernest Hemingway, who used to hunt sable antelopes, gives an interesting account of their habits in his book, The Green Hills of Africa. Lions are about the only predators strong enough to bring down a healthy sable.


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Sable Antelopes are among my favorite antelopes and I was delighted when this one posed half an hour for me at the Zoo in Paris...

Thanks for looking =')

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To elihesam: Zoo-Backgroundsolontur 1 07-20 02:28

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Hi dear Sam!
A nice informative shot,simple but nice to look at it,in a fine pose you captured and your angle is very good,too,just a not good background and I know you was in zoo for it,if you could see like it in nature then...woww,I hope you do it one day:)
Thanks for sharing,Sam.
Best Regards

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