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Bushbuck Antelope Tragelaphus Scriptu 3D Model
These are the Bushbuck Antelopes (Tragelaphus scriptu) located in the Tusher African Hall at The California Academy of Sciences. Beautiful and elegant these Antelope live in Sub-Saharan Africa. The males horns can reach up to 57 cm long. Communication is done through scent-marking rather than vocalization. They are mainly browsers and eat a wide variety of plant species, herbs, leaves, twigs, and flowers. They prefer knobbly creeper and the sausage tree. The females have a reddish coat and the males have a darker coat. Be sure to visit.