The Bhutan TakinIn Bhutan, Takin are found in bamboo forests at altitudes of to feet. When disturbed, the herd retreats into bamboo thickets and lies on the ground for camouflage. Also called cattle chamois or gnu goat, the Takin is a
White elephant - The ‘white ghosts’ of Etosha can be observed frequenting the Nebrownii waterhole, where the dry white clay dusts their skin and coats the entire elephant in white – often brilliantly offset against the bright blue sky.
The Impala (Aepyceros melampus) is a medium sized antelope. Males are 30 to 36 inches at the shoulder and weigh 117 to 168 lbs. Females are 28 to 33 inches and 88 to 117 lbs. Air and our Pets,Amazing Wildlife!
antelope: Red Hartebeest(Alcelaphus buselaphus caama or A. caama) is a of even-toed ungulate in the Bovidae family found in Southern Africa. The red hartebeest is closely related to the tsessebe and the topi.