Facts about Large Mammals :

A summary of most interesting statistics (size, gestation...), amazing environmental adaptations & fascinating facts about social habits, etc.

African Elephant
Black Rhino
Black Wildebeest
Blesbok
Blue Wildebeest
Bontebok
Brown Hyaena
Burchell's Zebra
Bushbuck
Bushpig
Cape Buffalo
Cape Mountain Zebra
Chacma Baboon
Cheetah
Eland
Gemsbok
Giraffe
Grey Rhebok
Hippopotamus
Impala
Kudu
Lechwe
Lichtenstein's Hartebeest
Leopard
Lion
Mountain Reedbuck
Nyala
Puku
Red Hartebeest
Reedbuck
Roan Antelope
Sable Antelope
Sitatunga
Spotted Hyaena
Springbok
Tsessebe
Warthog
Waterbuck
White Rhino
Wild Dog

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