The diversity of different types of antelope species in the Mara area of Kenya is astounding. At first glance, they all look very much alike, but after a few days of looking at the wildlife, it gets easier to distinguish them apart. The body size, the markings and especially the horn size and shape makes each species completely unique. Here, an eland, which is on of the largest of the antelope species, relaxes in the early morning sun.
My trip to the Enonkishu Conservancy was hosted by Biospheres Expeditions. All content is my own.
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