Nyala [Nyala angasii or Tragelaphus angasii]
The handsome slate-brown shaggy coat is marked with white vertical stripes and spots on the flanks. Ewes are much smaller and do not have horns, and weigh 59 Kg and stand 900mm at shoulders. Ewes are chestnut-coated with even more prominent white stripes on the flanks. Rams appear more charcoal-grey in colour. The rams have long inward curved horns (650 mm) and a white chevroned face. They have a ridge of long hairs along the underparts, from behind the chin to between the hind legs, they also have a mane of thick, black hair from the head along the spine to the rump. Rams weigh 115 Kg and measures 1.05 m at shoulders.