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Servals have a widespread distribution across sub-Saharan Africa with two large gaps: one in the tropical forest block of central Africa and one in the arid western block of southern Africa. We present new camera trap records of servals that fall within a large portion of the latter gap, including records from Khutse Game Reserve and Ghanzi that are more than 100 km outside the known range of the serval and may suggest a Kalahari-wide distribution.


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