The Greater Kudu is a forest antelope from southern and eastern Africa. From Sudan to the Cape, it has one of the largest ranges for an African antelope.
The significantly larger male has large, spiralled horns and a greyish brown striped coat.
The smaller female (above) has no horns and is browner; the calf (above) is reddish brown and looks similar to females/calves of the Nyala. All have narrow vertical white stripes.
Females and young live in herds; males live in small bachelor herds or are solitary.
The Lesser Kudu, not shown here, is now classed as an entirely separate genus but male, female and calves look like smaller versions of the Greater Kudu.
Nyala - male
Nyala - female