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Amongst Kenya's wild animals discuss how many types of Horns you know found in foraging & Grazzing animals found in Kenya's Game Reserves

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Antilopes Bushbuck Bongo Dik Dik Bush Duiker Eland Gerenuk Grant's Gazelle Greater Kudu Hartebeest Impala Klipspringer Lesser Kudu Oribi Oryx Reedbuck Roan Antelope Sable Antelope Sitatunga Thomson's Gazelle Topi Waterbuck Wildebeest(Gnu)

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Good Morning Steve
Thanks for taking your time to attempt the question yes you mentioned several animals with adaptational characteristics but you did Emphasis whether there horns or Antlers for Example a Reticulated Giraffe doesn't poses horns but a pair of Three Antlers while an Elephant doesn't poses Horns but Tusks & A Rhino Buffalo do poses True Horns of which each is made from different adaptational components Thanks for attempting this question on adaptational Evolutionary habits of Natural history Epochs
Topi (Damaliskus lunatus) Swahili: nyamera
The topi is not unlike the hartebeest in appearance,but is a dark almost purplish colour and has black patches on the rear thighs,front legs and face.Its horns which are found in both sexes,also differ in shape from the hartebeest in curving gently up,out and back.Although fairly widely distributed in East Africa,in Kenya it is only found in Masai Mara where it excists in large numbers.A highly gregarious antelope which lives in herds numbering from 15 up to several hundred individuals,topi congregate at certain times of year in gatherings of up to 10000 in preparation for a migration to fresh pastures.They are often found mingling with wildebeest,hartebeest and zebra.In the mating season,bulls select a well-defined patch of ground which is defended against other rivals and this is where the mating takes place.At this time females are free to wander from one patch to another.After mating,the herds split into single-sex parties.Topi are exclusively grazers and prefer flood plains which support lush pasture though they are capable of thriving on dry grasses which other antelopes will not eat.When water is available they drink frequently but they are also capable of surviving long periods without water so long as there is sufficient grass available.Their main predator is the lion.
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Thanks for taking your time to attempt the question but I think your far to off from the answer you've discussed adaptational life cycle characteristics of Topi but you haven't distinguished whether there true Horns or Antlers Steve Safari came close by giving examples of animals with Antlers but he dint mention True Horns animals expound on your research & I think you will have the potential for a KPSGA Gold Medal

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