Photographer's Note

The Grant's Gazelle is found in East Africa and lives in open grass plains and frequently found in bushy savannas; it avoids areas that has high grass.

It stands 30-36 inches up to the shoulder, weighs 100-145 pounds (45-65kg), and has a beigy orange coat with a white belly.

It's main predators are cheetahs, African wild dogs and man.

This baby, however, was not too worried about the danger, however, and was relishing the meal it was getting from its mother.

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Additional Photos by Richard Cooper Knight (cooperknights) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 32 W: 3 N: 46] (394)
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