(also known as African hunting dog this species comes from Subsaharan Africa)





Other names that refer to this beautiful animal include woodland giraffe, Congolese giraffe and zebra giraffe. Although it has stripes that make it look like a zebra, it is most carefully associated to giraffe. This animal can hardly ever be viewed in the wild, their stripes severs numerous reason and it has long tongues that can even easy its ears


Greater Kudu




This is one of the most magnificent jumpers and swift animals that can be located solely in Africa. males and ladies are extraordinary in terms of features, for occasion adult males have horns whilst girls do not. These animals are nothing but woodland antelopes that can be determined in japanese and southern Africa. Despite occupying such a massive area, they are carefully populated due to poaching, deforestation and destruction of their habitat






This is an animal with a very long neck and sharp horns that are very famous in Somalia. They have a very small head compared to their dimension however their eyes and ears are big. Only the adult males have horns with very sturdy neck, they feed on soft leaves, shoots, fruits and blooms


Guereza Colobus




This is a family if monkeys with very fascinating and special features, they in the main spend their instances on trees so it is very challenging to find them on the ground. They on the whole feed on leaves and fruits and are very popular in west and jap Africa along with Kenya, Cameroon, Tanzania Nigeria and Uganda


Grey crowned crane




You can effortlessly apprehend it from different cranes by just its head, this bird can be observed in jap and southern Africa. It lives for 20 to 40 years where they are mature by way of two to three years; it is the countrywide hen of Uganda






They have cute large eye with human like palms and feet, when they are faces with danger, they cry like babies. They can be determined in sub Saharan Africa and stay up to 16 years. They feed on fruits, insects, tree gums and sometimes small animals 

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