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Spider is living in Impala's antlers relates to the web and spider

Talk about adaptation! This impala from the Kruger National Park in South Africa is now a mobile home for a spider with the spider's web spun between the impala's two horns. Image by Frank Soloman.

African Savanna. Love this Pic just a few of My Favorite Animals <3

Giraffe and impalas at Masai Mara in Kenya Africa Safari. - 'Supervision in the Wilderness' - photo by Claudia N.

Central African Republic

Beautiful bongo antelope, among the largest of the African forest antelope species.

Female bongos get up to 500 pounds while males can weight up to 900. Both sexes are of equal height.

Too cute! A two-week-old Eastern Bongo calf looks out from under her mother at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. Eastern (or Highlands) Bongos are critically endangered with as few as 75 remaining in small groups of six to 12 animals in their Kenyan upland range.

Saiga Antelope critically endangered, because of the use of its horns in Chinese "medicine".

The saiga antelope is a critically endangered antelope that originally inhabited a vast area of the Eurasian steppe zone. The saiga is recognizable by an extremely unusual, over-sized, flexible nose structure, the proboscis.


"Clouded Leopard" Photographer: Sabrina Davis I love clouded leopards they're my favourite big cat

Young Kudu Bull Looking Straight At Photographer

Young Kudu Bull Looking Straight At Photographer