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waterbuck:

see marsh antelopemarsh antelope,
name for members of a group of deerlike African antelopes, usually found in reeds or tall grasses near water. The males of this group have horns that curve back, up, and forward; females are hornless. Most marsh antelopes travel in small herds.
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I was lucky enough to see elephants, baboons, hyenas and waterbucks - just like Her Majesty.
This matches geographically with the habitats of Oryx species, gazelles, and waterbucks.
At one time during the day, a herd of 12 blesbok, 5 waterbucks, 8 kudu, and about 20 impalas milled around, followed by a bull giraffe, a cow giraffe, and two calves.
Hippos snooze in the water, resting their chins on each other's fat bottoms, crocodiles slice the water and waterbucks watch us, white circles painted on their derrieres like a firing range.
30am wake-up call for the early morning drive, where we saw giraffes, waterbucks, hyenas, white rhino and hippos.
30am wake-up call for the early morning drive, where we see giraffes, waterbucks, hyenas, white rhino and hippos.
Subordinate "satellite" waterbucks help to defend the territory, and, in turn, may mate with a few females and get a shot at inheriting the territory when the dominant male retires.
SUNNUS East African antelopes allied to waterbucks.