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Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros)
A large male walking through my garden in Marloth Park while visiting South Africa.
If you could straighten one of these horns, it would be about a metre long.

views – 1539 per 18.11.2011

Featured in:
-Made By Nature. November 2010
-Animals of Africa – Best of the Best. May 2010.
Plus…….

Tags

animal, antler, horn, kudu, nature, tragelaphus strepsiceros, wildlife, south africa

Comments

  • JessicaGillan
    JessicaGillanalmost 5 years ago

    Haha… this is a great capture!

  • Thanks very much Jessica.

    – mamba

  • Ruth Lambert
    Ruth Lambertalmost 5 years ago
    • Good capture!! Nicely done!!*
  • UncaDeej
    UncaDeejover 4 years ago

    Beautiful Mamba,Trophy class..

  • Many thanks UncaDeej. The photo or the horns?;-)

    – mamba

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 4 years ago

    February 21, 2010

  • Many thanks indeed Teresa for this feature.

    – mamba

  • Kimberly Chadwick
    Kimberly Chadwickover 4 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR FEATURED IMAGE!!!!~ Wonderfully captured!

  • Thanks very much Kimberly for your kind comment.

    – mamba

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 4 years ago

    You are so very welcome mamba

  • Magaret Meintjes
    Magaret Meintjesover 4 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS!
    YOUR WORK HAS JUST BEEN FEATURED IN:
    ANIMALS OF AFRICA – BEST OF THE BEST

    Steve, Magaret and Chris

  • Thanking you kindly Magaret, Steve and Chris for this feature.

    – mamba

  • Kimberly Chadwick
    Kimberly Chadwickabout 4 years ago

    Yep, you sure have!

  • Many, many thanks indeed Kimberly for this feature.

    – mamba

  • sarahspictures
    sarahspicturesabout 4 years ago

    nice shot, made me smile :)

  • Thanks very much sarahspictures.

    – mamba

  • Kay Kempton Raade
    Kay Kempton Raadealmost 4 years ago


    Helen and Kay

  • Many thanks indeed.

    – mamba

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