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A dik-dik is a small antelope in the genus Madoqua that lives in the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa. Dik-diks stand about 30–40 cm at the shoulder, are 50–70 cm long, weigh 3–6 kg and can live for up to 10 years

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25 Stunning Photographs of the Natural World

© Motaz Al Tawil Más

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yagazieemezi: Africa | Hamar Women, Ethiopia | Postcard image from the work of Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher in a study of the women of the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia and the surrounding countries.

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Oryx QUE DIVINIDAD!

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Image from the Horn of Africa 1992 UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Audrey Hepburn holds a severely malnourished child at a UNICEF-assisted feeding centre in Baidoa. “For many it’s too late, but for many, many more we can still be on time,” said Ms. Hepburn, after witnessing the impact of famine on Somalia’s children in 1992.

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Manada de Gemsbok en las dunas de Namibia, África

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El facóquero común o facocero común es una especie de mamífero artiodáctilo de la familia Suidae, una de las dos especies de Phacochoerus que existen. Es la más numerosa en las sabanas de África. - Male warthog that has been rolling in the mud.. Kruger National Park, South Africa | ©Marius Coetzee

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Rinoceronte al galope

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cabra montesa iberica - PELIGRO DE EXTINCION

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Watusi Cattle. Previous Pinner - The giant horns are not only defensive, but act as massive heat exchangers in the hot air of Uganda. Blood vessels transfer heat from the body up into the horns where it is more easily radiated into the environment.

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