Kob populations have been decimated by hunting and human development. The Uganda kob became extinct in southwestern Kenya and northwestern Tanzania due to the expansion of human settlements and agriculture. Buffon’s kob are protected in several parks, including Niokolo-Koba in Senegal, Comoe in Côte d’Ivoire, Arly-Singou in Burkina Faso, Mole and Bui in Ghana, Pendjari in Benin, Waza and Benoué and Faro National Parks of the North Province of Cameroon, Zakouma in Chad, and Manovo-Gounda-St. Floris and Sangba in the Central African Republic.
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