The nyala (Nyala angasii or Tragelaphus angasii), also called inyala, is a spiral-horned antelope native to southern Africa. The coat is rusty or reddish-brown in females and juveniles, but grows a dark brown or slate grey, often tinged with blue, in adult males. Females and young males have ten or more white stripes on their sides. Only males have horns, 60–83 cm (24–33 in) long and yellow-tipped. It exhibits the highest sexual dimorphism among the spiral-horned antelopes.
WEIGHT MALE: 108 KG
WEIGHT FEMALE: 62 KG
SHOULDER HEIGHT MALE: 112 CM
SHOULDER HEIGHT FEMALE: 97 CM
MATING SEASON: THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Weights & shoulder heights are averages