Lesser Kudu (Tragelaphus imberbis australis)
These shy East African antelopes live in the safety of dense vegetation and thickets, where they browse or graze in the early morning and late evening. Lesser kudu males and females look distinctly different. Males are larger, dark gray, and have horns; females are smaller, brown, and do not have horns. The sleek coats of both sexes are marked with vertical white body stripes, which camouflage them in there woodland habitat.