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tses·se·be

 (tsĕs′ə-bē′)
n.
Any of several subspecies of a medium-sized African antelope (Damaliscus lunatus) having a dark reddish-brown coat with black patches and curved ridged horns, especially D. lunatus subsp. lunatus of southern Africa. Also called sassaby.

[Tswana tshêsêbê.]
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Years since Zebra Wildebeest Blesbok mpala Warthog Giraffe burn 5 46 12 4 8 1 3 4 32 11 2 8 22 10 3 38 12 16 7 20 11 2 63 24 10 7 4 12 1 65 33 26 29 0 1 Years since Eland Kudu Tsessebe Red Hartebeest Waterbuck burn 5 6 4 3 0 3 4 3 8 0 0 0 3 8 3 1 1 4 2 9 6 2 1 0 1 10 7 13 10 4 Years since Rhino Gemsbok Reedbuck Total dung burn 5 2 7 0 100 4 2 1 0 100 3 4 0 2 140 2 1 0 2 130 1 2 0 2 170
The tsessebe (Damaliscus lunatus), whose common name is derived from the Tswana "tshesebe ", is most closely related to the topi and the bontebok, which are classified in the same genus.
But do we dream of hunting tsessebe, bohor reedbuck, suni, or 90-several other obscure African antelope?
The growth trend is boosted by the anticipated return on investment for high value species such as sable, roan, nyala, waterbuck, tsessebe, blackfaced impala and lechwe.
The "Tsessebe cluster"in Cape Town is CPU-based while "the iHub cluster" will be based on a hybrid mix of CPUs (central processing units) and GPUs (graphic processing units).
Trained by Ted Walsh, who was absent from the meeting, Unmistakably took up the running two from home to see off the challenge of Tsessebe and win by a length and a half.
It has 147 species of mammals including 1,500 lions, 2,000 spotted hyena, over 8,000 elephants, 2,200 white rhinos, 250 black rhinos, 32,000 Burchell's zebra, 2,200 hippos, 5,000 giraffe, 1,500 warthog, 16,700 buffalo, 3,500 kudu, 1,500 waterbuck, 14,000 blue wildebeest, 100,000 impala, assorted eland, nyala, bushbuck, roan, tsessebe, sable, steenbok, mountain reedbuck -- and so the list goes on.
Now my time could be spent in search of a tsessebe.