The Ugandan kob (Kobus kob thomasi) is a subspecies of the kob, a kind of antelope found in sub-Saharan Africa in Sudan, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and also Ethiopia. It is generally reddish-brown, in which it differs from other kob subspecies.
A Ugandan kob appears on the layer of arms of Uganda. The Ugandan kob is often conversely categorized into the subgenus Adenota. References are often made to it by the Dutch name of Oeganda-waterbok.