The nyala or lowland nyala is native to southern Africa. It is a spiral-horned antelope that is part of the Bovidae family and Tragelaphus genus. The males grow the horns and the females have 10 or more white stripes on their sides. The horns can be between 24 to 33 in long on average and will have a yellow tip. The life expectancy is around 19 years.
- The right side of the nasal is broken
- Missing some teeth on the front left and right side
- Full Length 75cm (29.5in)
- Full Width 33cm (13in)
- Full Height 50cm (19.7in)