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Striped Deer (Bongo) 3D Model
The largest of the African Antelope forest species. Lives in Bongo, Kenya. This species is critically endangered with more species captured than in the wild. Extremely prized for trophy hunting this puts humans at the top of the list as its main predator. Bongos are tragelaphids in which means both sexes have horns. Known for the spiral horns that face towards their backside. This helps them run full speed through shrubbery without getting their horns tangled up. The horns are made of Keratin the same material from fingernails and are hollow on the inside. The calves catch up to sexual maturity in about 20 months and can join the rest of the herd. The Bongo diet is an herbivore but require lots of salt as they go to salt licks (places where there are natural rocks of salt and other minerals.)