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|The Roan Antelope.|
Beautiful antelope that habits lightly wooded country and grasslands throughout most of central Africa.
Body Length: 220-265 cm / 7.3-8.8 ft.
Shoulder Height: 140-160 cm / 4.6-5.3 ft.
Tail Length: 60-70 cm / 2-2.3 ft.
Weight: 225-300 kg / 495-660 lb.
The upper body is grizzled grey to roan in colour with the legs darker. The underparts are white. On the face there is a black/brown and white facial mask, slightly lighter in females, that consists of a white spot on either side of the eye and a white muzzle. On the neck and withers is an erect, dark-tipped mane, while a light 'beard' is present on the throat. A long tuft of dark hair is present on the tips of the ears. The arched, ringed horns are found in both sexes, though slightly smaller in females, grow 60-100 cm / 2-3.3 feet long.
Photographed at Marwell Zoological Park in Hampshire, England.
Manual colour adjustment.
Cloning out of fence post in the background.
Ran through Neat image.
All of the above was carried out using Paint shop Pro 8.
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