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Roan antelope are brave animals. If threatened by a predator, including lions, they will confront it, using their scimitar-shaped horns. Many of these big cats have died during such fight
The Giraffe is an African even-toed ungulates and the world’s tallest living terrestrial animal and are probably the biggest pollinators in the world thanks to their great height.
The Eland is the largest African bovid, but the slowest antelope. It can only run about 40 kph (25 mph), but it can jump 3 m (10 ft.) from a standing start.
The Water Buffalo, the second largest member of the bovid family and they spend almost the entire day submerged in water up to their nostrils or wallowing in the mud like a pig.
Oryx are large antelopes, known for their long, straight horns that can reach 120cm in length. A low metabolism allows these antelopes to survive for much of the year without drinking.
Bontebok are one of the rarest antelopes found in South Africa. They are diurnal creatures. They graze in the morning and afternoon and prefer to rest during the heat of the midday.
Sable are one of Africa’s most iconic species. Horns can grow up to 1.6m in length. They grow these horns over an entire lifetime. Each year they develop a new ring, and it can be used to determine age.
The Buffalo is a large sub-Saharan African bovine - very robust species. It is widely regarded as one of the most dangerous animals on the African continent.