New Ungulate for WNI Scientists
During our recent survey, we detected an ungulate that we had not seen yet - a bush duiker, also known as a gray or common duiker. Virtually every African forest and woodland is occupied by at least one species of duiker. The bush duiker of the savanna is highly adaptable, able to survive in a variety of habitats and eating a broad array of food plants. This female was hidden in the bushes in Tarangire National Park, where they are seen very rarely. Our sighting of a bush duiker increases the number of ungulate species we are monitoring to 20!
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