Nyala angasii or Tragelaphus angasii
The Nyala is a spiral-horned antelope native to southern Africa. It is a middle-sized antelope, between a bushbuck and a kudu. Females and young males have ten or more white vertical stripes on their sides. When the male grow older it changes the pattern so much that the species is concedered the most sexually dimorphic antelope. See example here: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/362...
Mkhaya game reserve, where there is a breeding programme of endangered species in Swaziland. However, there are also some natural predators in the area, such as leopard, hyena and crocodiles.
Females often remain near their mothers when they have their offspring, so the relationships in female herds may be considered relatively closer than that of males. The nyala's range includes Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. It has been introduced to Botswana and Namibia, and reintroduced to Swaziland, where it was extinct since the 1950s.
Lat: -26.63, Long: 31.75
Spotted on Dec 24, 2013
Submitted on Jan 7, 2014
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