|Female and calf|
both at Semliki Wildlife Reserve, Uganda
K. k. thomasi
|Kobus kob thomasi|
The Ugandan kob (Kobus kob thomasi) is a subspecies of the kob, a type of antelope. References are sometimes made to it by the Dutch name of Oeganda-waterbok. It is found in sub-Saharan Africa in South Sudan, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Ethiopia. The Ugandan kob is normally reddish-brown, differentiating it from other kob subspecies. It is sometimes alternatively classified into the subgenus Adenota.
A Ugandan kob appears on the coat of arms of Uganda.
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