Two Grant gazelles graze and feed near Camp Khwai River Lodge by Orient Express in Botswana, within the Moremi Game Reserve Wild. Grant's gazelle (Nanger granti) is a species of artiodactyl mammal of the family Bovidae native of East Africa. Similar in appearance to the Thomson's gazelle, however, is larger, one of the largest in the genus. Tawny with a face mask and light belly, its horn is quite large, ringed and black, but varies depending on variety, and is present in both genders. The black band across the belly in Thomson's gazelle is practically absent in the Grant's gazelle. Their habits are more desert than other gazelle species, although not in the same parameters as the dama gazelle (antelope Mhor) or Sömering gazelle. Therefore its body is more resistant to heat and water shortage. The social structure of the Grant's gazelle is similar to that of other species of ungulates artidácilos of gregariousness. The herds are constutidas by groups of females and their young, while males once UNICAD independent of family clans gather in young males until after reaching maturity, can be lonely. During the breeding season, which coincides with the rainy season, the males mark territory (harem) where defend a group of females of their property against other males. Apart from man, the Grant's gazelle suffer a high level of predacción by lions, hyenas and wild dogs, though the main enemy of cheetah and leopard. Occasionally, as recentales, are attacked by jackals and raptors com Martial Eagle.