"The Wide Open Spaces"
Grant's Gazelles (Gazella granti) are found in all environments except deserts. The white on the rump goes up above the tail, the most certain way to tell a Grant's from a Thomson's. The Grant's is also a paler color and has larger horns. More of a browser than a grazer, Grant's Gazelles prefer thornbushes to open grasses and can survive on available vegetation in semidesert, waterless conditions.
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