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blesbok:

see damaliskdamalisk
, name for African antelopes of the genus Damaliscus, closely related to the hartebeest. Damalisks are slenderly built and rather horselike in form; they are common grazing animals of the African grasslands.
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Bontebok occur in a number of small isolated populations across the country and are threatened by low genetic diversity, population fragmentation, habitat fragmentation and hybridisation with blesbok.
Well known examples include Red Hartebeest, gemsbok, blesbok and springbok.
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The effects of xylazine and fentanyl on various hormones and metabolites in Karakul sheep and a blesbok. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 62(1):l7-19.
Again we were visited by a variety of game, but I was impressed when a white-faced, cocoa-colored blesbok trotted into view and promptly bedded down in the sand some distance away.
While safaris revolve around obvious sexy species, don't discount "lesser" animals such as blesbok, steenbok and duikers, springbok, bushbuck, impala and reedbuck, just to name a few.
Includes five species: gemsbok, blue wildebeest, common springbok, blesbok and warthog.
Despues aparece el Blesbok, un antilope africano cuya caracteristica principal es una mancha de color blanco en su frente y que habita en las planicies de Sudafrica.
The species taken included springbok, impala, blesbok, reedbuck, warthog, nyala, red hartebeest, gemsbok, kudu, zebra, wildebeest, waterbuck and eland--a full range of typical plains game ranging from under 100 pounds to a ton in weight.
Today, they source kangaroo, camel and wild boar, from Australia; kudu and blesbok (both antelope), springbok, zebra and ostrich, from South Africa; crocodile, from Zimbabwe and South America; and bison, from Canada.