A mature bushbuck ram has an average shoulder height of 33 inches, weighs approximately 100 pounds, and has a horn length of 15 inches.
12 years or more.
Scientific Name: Tragelaphus Scriptus
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Only males have horns, which usually spiral once and are fairly straight, parallel to one another, and up to a half meter long. Females are usually a lighter brown than males. Both sexes have white spots and stripes, the patterns of which vary geographically.
Bushbucks can be found throughout their broad distribution wherever there is adequate cover for concealment, nearly irrespective of altitude or aridity. They live in forest edges or brushy cover associated with rivers and streams. During the night they move out of their home thicket to somewhat more open areas to feed. Bushbucks’ preferred habitat is dense bush at the base of mountains or along river courses. This antelope is always found close to permanent water courses.
The bushbuck is a rather large antelope which relies on vegetation for cover. Bushbuck can be found in most of sub-Saharan Africa, especially in areas where it can easily be concealed.