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Rare Sitatunga antelopes curse current rains

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The water volumes have submerged reeds and other vegetation the species depend on

Rare Sitatunga antelopes curse current rains

By Titus Too | 3 years ago

Rains submerge feeding areas of Sitatunga antelopes

Rains submerge feeding areas of Sitatunga antelopes

A rare antelope species Sitatunga is continuously being displaced from its natural habitat as water levels increase in wetlands due to heavy rains.

Titus Too | 3 years ago

Angry Nandi residents torch swamp that’s home to rare antelope

Angry residents set fire to 5,000 acres of King'wal Swamp which is home to about 100 of the 250 rare antelope Sitatunga species found in Kenya.

Rael Jelimo | 6 years ago

Saiwa: Beauty in a small package

Augustine Oduor got more than he bargained for when he took a trip up North to Trans Nzoia District in search of Kenya’s smallest park.

| 11 years ago

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