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Lowland Nyala

Tragelaphus angasii

Lowland nyala are a species of spiral horned antelope, and are closely related to sitatunga and bongo.

measurements

Measurements

Size: Shoulder Height 80 - 120cm
Weight: 55 - 140kg

habitat

Habitat

Lowland nyala are found in the riverside thickets and dense vegetation of Southeast Africa.

diet

Diet

In the wet season, nyala mainly feed on grass, however in the dry season they eat a more varied diet of leaves, buds, fruits, bark, roots and seedpods.

behaviour

Breeding

Female nyala are pregnant for about 7 months and usually have a single young that will be nursed for at least 7 months.

threat

Conservation

The lowland nyala is not classed as endangered as their population is stable in the wild. In the past however, they have been threatened by habitat loss and hunting.

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