Nyalas often give birth to twins. When they reach their juvenile phase, males often will resemble females. As they grow older, they start displaying extreme sexual diphormism: females are small with vertical stripes, while the males have shaggy, dark brown hair and large twisting horns.
TYPE OF ANIMAL:
Southeastern Africa, eastern South Africa and Swaziland.
Feeds by both grazing and browsing and will readily feed on leaves, fruit and flowers
19 years in the wild
Rams form single or small groups, while females and their young form larger herds consisting of dozens of individuals.