Most of their activity takes place during the evening and at night.
They eat leaves, branches, flowers, and fruits. During rainy season, they eat fresh grass.
The male is larger than the female and has horns
The nyala is an antelope from Southeastern Africa. They can be seen in the thicket of the Savannah, close to good quality grass and water sources. The Nyala is medium in size in relation to other antelopes, although the male is significantly larger than the female.
Photo: Tsouriel Fenesh