The Nile lechwe is a species of antelope and looks very similar to a waterbuck but much smaller in size. They graze in swamps and grasslands in Ethiopia or South Sudan. The males grow horns and the females do not. They can be found in herds with sometimes one male and 50 females, they will sometimes divide themselves into smaller herds with in the heard within that they have social groups.
- The mandible is not included
- There is damage to the nasal and some of the frontal
- From Owner Jay Villemarette's private collection
- Length 67cm (26.4in)
- Width 37.5cm (14.8in)
- Height 43.5cm (17.1in)