Bontebok

The Bontebok is an antelope found in South Africa and typically stand 80 to 100 cm (31 to 39 in) high at the shoulder and measure 120 to 210 cm (47 to 83 in) along the head and body. The bontebok is a chocolate brown colour, with a white underside and a white stripe from the forehead to the tip of the nose. The horns of bontebok are lyre-shaped and clearly ringed. They generally lamb around October each.
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Eland and Bontebok, The Meadows, Buffels Bay, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Eland and Bontebok, The Meadows, Buffels Bay, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Bontebok and Grey Rhebok, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Bontebok and Grey Rhebok, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Bontebok, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Bontebok, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Bontebok and calf -- previously endangered, now protected

Bontebok and calf, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Bontebok, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Bontebok, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

bontebok cape point - Google Search

bontebok cape point - Google Search

Bontebok and two calves, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

Bontebok and two calves, Cape Point National Park, Cape Town, South Africa

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