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I think you are right,saw a lot in Kenya years ago we thought they looked a bit like square bunnies!They looked like your picture and were prolific.Ann B
On further research, it seems that on range this is more likely to beHeterohyrax brucei Yellow-spotted Rock Hyrax.
Does anyone feel that it is possible to confirm this from the photo please?
If you visit the iSpot observation
you'll see an excellent photograph of a yellow-spotted rock hyrax. The distinguishing features are, you guessed it, two large yellow spots above the eyes. These are very obvious, and missing from this animal. Therefore, this is a common rock hyrax (Procavia capensis). If you want to correct the identification by adding the scientific name, for completeness sake, I'll agree to it.
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OK Graham. Many thanks.
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