Grant's Gazelle (Gazella granti) - Wiki
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[Photo] Grant's Gazelle (Gazella granti) at Serengeti, Tanzania. Date December 2004. Author Charles J Sharp.
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The Grant's gazelle
stands 30-36 inches up to the shoulder and weighs 100-145 pounds It's coat is beigy orange back with a white belly. The Grant's Gazelle
looks similar to a Thomson's Gazelle
except it has lyre-shaped horns are stout at the base, clearly ringed and measuring 18 to 32 inches long.
is found in East Africa and lives in open grass plains and frequently found in bushy savannas; it avoids areas that has high grass.
The Grant's Gazelle
s are herbivorous creatures; they graze on herbs, shrubs, short grass and shoots.
The most common predators of the Grant's Gazelle
s and African Wild Dog
. Humans also tend to hunt gazelle
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