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In 2007, Paul Elkan flew over the Sudd in the first survey after a 22-year civil war and discovered that the 1.2-million-strong migrating herd of antelope had managed to survive.
Within the vast borders of the world’s newest country are lush tropical forests, dramatic stone mountains, and a vast, sweeping wetland that is home to an annual migration of some 1.2 million gazelle and antelope.
The antelope horns milkweed blooms from May to October, the others all from June to September.
Onguma’s guides treated me to numerous sightings of various antelope — kudu, steenbok, and oryx, to name a few — and my favorite of them all: the tiny dik dik, standing little more than a foot high at the shoulder.
As black as Darth Vader, the mythical creature (a rabbit with antelope horns) is the whimsical mascot of Australia’s newest luxury boutique hotel—which, like its namesake, is a hybrid: part hotel, part winery, with a restaurant and art space.
Legends say her recipe was a spicy stew made of a onions, tomatoes and chili peppers, simmered with antelope meat.
Borschel-Dan reports that goats, sheep, oxen, antelope and even horses have been found in Bronze Age Canaanites tombs before.
One antelope mount sits on a pedestal with an old, weathered fence post, barbed wire and tumbleweed.
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