A large and heavily built gazelle living in arid areas of east Africa.
No official subspecies, although there are local differences between populations.
140-166cm long, with a 20-28cm tail, standing 75-92cm high and weighing 38-82kg.
Large gazelles with fawn upper parts and paler bellies. Both males and females have long, ridged horns although males' are longer and thicker. Some populations have a dark band on their flanks.
Tanzania, Kenya and parts of Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan.
semi-desert to open savannah
Whatever is most green - grass, browse or fruit.
Grant's gazelles, like most gazelles, form mixed sex groups outside the breeding season. During breeding, males form batchelor groups, or try to defend individual territories. Males mark territories with dung and urine, but Grant's gazelle does not use a scent gland in front of the eye.
Listed as 'Lower Risk - Conservation Dependent' by the IUCN.