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On the trail of rare Kenyan antelope

The future of Kenya's Mountain Bongo antelopes is under severe threat. The species is hunted for its striking reddish-brown coat and there are now about 100 of them in the wild.

The future of Kenya's Mountain, or Eastern, Bongo antelopes is under severe threat.

The species is hunted for its striking reddish-brown coat and there are now about 100 of them in the wild.

Focus on Africa's Anne Mawathe went to the Mau Eburu Forest in central Kenya to find out what is being done to protect the critically endangered animal.

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  • 18 Apr
  • From the section Africa