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BBC Wildlife Magazine - - CONTENTS -

Topi and red Ir­ish lord

As an­telopes go, topis (here pho­tographed on the Maa­sai Mara, Kenya) are prob­a­bly the most gre­gar­i­ous of the bunch. They’re usu­ally found in herds of up to 20, but will hap­pily min­gle with other an­telopes and can even be spot­ted rub­bing shoul­ders with ze­bras and os­triches. When not wi­den­ing their so­cial cir­cles, topis spend most of their time graz­ing, us­ing that beau­ti­fully slen­der muz­zle to pick out the most ten­der new shoots.

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