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Sable Antelope Sites on the Eastern Coast of Kenya, 1998

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Description
This dataset portrays locations of sable antelope sites on the eastern coast of Kenya. Included are locations such as the Shimba Hills Reserve (about 15–20 kilometers inland from the coast) a site famous for its sable antelope, the last remaining breeding population of these animals in the countryThis data was used in Map 6.4 and Map 6.5 in Nature's Benefits in Kenya: An Atlas of Ecosystems and Human Well-Being.
Publisher
UNEP executive series
Place(s)
Kenya
Subject(s)
biota, sable antelopes, coastal, biodiversity, environment, Environment, and Biology and Ecology
Year
1998
Held by
Stanford
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