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The Sable (Hippotragus niger) is one of the characteristic large mammals that one may see when visiting game parks in much of southern Africa.

Mammal. Like others of their kind, antelope have a social structure based on territory, age, and strength. The strongest adult males, called “bulls,' set up territories in good grazing areas.

Sable Antelope do not start life with a dark coat. A newborn calf is born with a camouflaging, sandy-brown coat. As the calf grows and achieves status in the herd, its coat will continually darken (Wolfsen 1997).

antelopes were much sought by hunters. Ernest Hemingway, who used to hunt antelopes, gives an interesting account of their habits in The Green Hills of Africa. Lions are about the only predators strong enough to bring down a healthy .

Sable antelope
Taxonomy Hippotragus niger [Harris, 1838]. Citation: Athenaeum, 535:71. Type locality: South Africa, Transvaal, Cashan Range (= Magaliesberge), near Pretoria.
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fish (Anoplopoma fimbria), also known as black cod, are a groundfish species in the family Anoplopomatidae, which has only one other species, the skilfish (Erilepis zonifer).

Sable are gregarious by nature and form stable family groups of 6-40 individuals (mean 14). Family groups consist of several adult cows of >3 years age, their young offspring of both sexes, some heifers and usually, one dominant bull of >6 years age.

The Antelope is a large, dark coloured antelope with curved horns in both sexes and conspicuous black-and-white head markings. The name "" refers to the black colour of the male's coat.

Sables mostly eat grass but at times will eat herbs and leaves from shrubs and trees. They are never found very far from water and are especially dependent upon it during the dry season.

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live in herds of between 10 and 20 animals, occasionally up to 80. Herds generally consist of a master bull, breeding females, and a number of young and subadult animals.

Sable Antelope - Hippotragus niger
Sable are the most striking of all the African antelope and one of the top trophies in any hunter's mind. Their magnificent horns, contrasting colours and relative scarcity make them highly desirable.

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American Marten/Sable
Martes americana
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Class: Mammalia
Status: IUCN: Least Concern; CITES: Appendix I
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Opposable Thumbs
Monkeys and apes have thumbs that are higher up on the palm than the rest of the fingers so the thumb can work with the other four digits to grasp branches or food.

oppo " Capable of being placed opposite something else; said of the first toe of the hind foot in an opossum in the sense that it can be placed opposite each of the other toes on that same foot.

Opposable Thumb
A thumb that is placed somewhat opposite the remaining digits of the same hand, so that it can be brought to touch the fingers, and thus can be used to pick up objects. Opossum, like humans, have opposable thumbs.
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About Sable
The sable lives in the forests of northern Asia, where its extra long winter coat helps it to stay warm. For hundreds of years sable fur has commanded a very high price. Today they are farmed commercially for their fur.

The Red , Hippotragus niger, is one of the most stately of the antelopes. Mainly a grass eater, it prefers open sunlit glades. Alarmed, it utters a series of snorts much like a horse. If wounded and cornered, it will fight savagely for its life.

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First toe oppo to other four
Second and third toes partly fused with separate claws but one sheath of skin (syndactyly)
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The long and relea tail of the gerbil is around the same length as the gerbils body, but it appears to depend on the individual gerbil species. The gerbil uses its long tail to help the gerbil balance when the gerbil is standing on its hind legs.

The opossum has opposable hallux. A hallux is like a thumb. The opossum's "thumbs" are on its rear feet. The hallux helps it grasp branches when it climbs.

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These toads can reach sexual maturity within a year but it is advisable to wait till the second year before allowing them to breed. Under optimum conditions the Oriental Fire-bellied Toad will breed at any time of the year without any special stimuli.

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The American marten, Martes americana, also called American pine marten and American, or Hudson Bay, sable, is from 20 to 25 in. (51-64 cm) long, including the 7- to 8-in. (18- to 20-cm) tail, and has yellow-brown fur.

Geckos are immediately recogni lizards, with large rounded heads, blunt snouts, large eyes sometimes with vertical pupils (and in most cases without eyelids), and large, flattened toes.

Their hands and feet are a lot like ours with four long fingers and a smaller opposable thumb. Their feet have five toes, but their big toe is opposable, too. Because they are an ape, they have no tails.

Wear dispo protective gloves, a hat, coveralls, and boots. When finished, and while still wearing the respirator, remove this protective clothing and place it in a plastic bag.

See also: See also: Leopard, Monkey, Antelope, Genet, Squirrel

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