Nyalas drinking

Nyalas drinking

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Credit: TONY CAMACHO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Female nyalas (Tragelaphus angasi) drinking from a river. These antelope live in herds of between 6 and 40 animals on the plains and in the mountainous regions of South Africa, often in fringe forests alongside rivers. They belong to a group known as the spiral-horned antelopes, although only the males possess horns. Photographed in Mkuze, South Africa.

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Keywords: animal, antelopes, drinking, females, herbivores, herbivorous, mammal, mkuze, nature, nyalas, pool, river, row, south african, spiral-horned, stream, striped, tragelaphus angasi, water, wildlife, zoology

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