Please identify

It's just a couple mounts I am trying to identify for a friend

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Apr 16, 2013
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by: Jenny

I hope I am right but without knowing where the animal is from it is a little more difficult to ID.
I stand to be corrected but, in the first pic the head looks like that of a Blue Wildebeest and the same with the third pic, with a Kudu head beind it.

The second pic looks like a Lichtenstein's Hartebeest. I say this because of it's colouring and face shape, but the horns do look more like that of the Tsessebe, but the colouring is all wrong for a Tsessebe.

We have seen different looking animals in the same herd, once we saw a very blond Wildebeest in the Kalahar, but the rest of the herd was the normal colouring.

I hope this helps.

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