Bushbuck - Cape

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The bushbuck or imbabala (Tragelaphus sylvaticus) is the smallest member of the spiral-horned antelope. Bushbuck have a light brown coat, with up to seven white stripes and white splotches on the sides. The white patches are usually geometrically shaped and on the most mobile parts of their body such as the ears, chin, tail, legs and neck. The muzzle is also white and horns are found only on the males and they can reach over half a metre with only one twist. 

WEIGHT MALE: 75 KG

WEIGHT FEMALE: 50 KG

SHOULDER HEIGHT MALE: 90 CM

SHOULDER HEIGHT FEMALE: 80 CM

MATING SEASON: APRIL, MAY

Weights & shoulder heights are averages

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