"On the Inside Looking Out"
Hartebeests ( Alcelaphus buselaphus) are larger antelopes with sloping backs and high shoulders with short and glossy coats. They have an elongated muzzle with horns that are ringed and lyre shaped. They have preorbital scent glands and hoof glands only in their forefeet. They are a plains antelope that also frequents open woodland and tall bush grasslands. They are found more often in these areas than Wildebeest and Topi, other members of its Tribe.
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