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stankadiddlehopper stankadiddlehopper 51-55, M 7 Answers May 8, 2012

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Ask the Dutch. They call butterflies "butter-********", so their taxonomic record is not exemplary.

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wilderbEEST...LIKE A BULL..GNU..<br />
wilderbEAST....LIONS ETC

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The wildebeest is actually a subspecies of the antelope, despite it's bull-like appearance. There are two known species of wildebeest, both of which are native to Africa.<br />
The changing African seasons mean the wildebeest must migrate south in the winter, so the wildebeest can continue to graze on grass. Thousands of wildebeest all tend to migrate at once creating a wildebeest stampede

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So why the name?

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something to do with the stampede from the Khoikhois

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It's a better name than they use to use...Gnu

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But everyone knew what a gnu was. You gnu?

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wildebeest Have you seen one of these ? They really look like a wild beast

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I have seen them but lions, tigers, elephants, bears, etc. all look like wild beasts.

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Point made

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