Topis (Damascus lunatus) fighting, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
The topi has a long but patchy distribution in sub-Sahara Africa, as it prefers certain grasslands in arid and savanna biomes. Human hunting and habitat destruction have further isolated their population.
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