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Mud on kudu's horns
Many mammals like to scratch and to wallow in mud. It is a way to protect themselves from flying insects and parasites but also from the heat during the hot days. A number of antilope species, such as kudus, scratch their head and their horns in mud or on termite mounds in order to mark their territory or as display.
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