Bongo and related Antelopes        

Bongo
Bongo antelope
Bongo antelopes
The BONGO, Tragelaphus eurycerus, is a forest antelope from jungles of West and Central Africa and from Kenya. It has twisted horns and a rich red coat with narrow, white, vertical stripes.
Bongo head
Bongo face
Bongo
Eastern and Western Bongos have slightly different coat markings and colour intensity. Shown here is the Eastern or Mountain Bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus isaaci) with its richer red coat.
Mountain Bongo The Bongo is Africa's largest forest antelope.
Bongo mother with calf Bongo mother with calf
Eastern Bongo Both male and female have horns.
  
Nyala young female
Nyala adult male
Nyala
The NYALA, Tragelaphus angasii (also Nyala angasii), is a woodland antelope from southern Africa. The adult male has twisted horns and a dark brown coat with narrow vertical stripes. Females and young have reddish, striped coats and no horns. They live mainly in family herds but single males are solitary.