The nyala is a mid-sized antelope species native to southern Africa. Males and females of this species exhibit sexual dimorphism: the males grow long, spiral-shaped horns while the females are hornless, the males are larger and darker than females, and the females have bright white stripes along their sides that males lack. The males' horns can grow anywhere between 24 and 33 inches long on average and will have a yellow tip. The life expectancy of a nyala is around 19 years.
- Missing nasal turbinates
- Skull Length 31.1cm (12.2in)
- Skull Width 12.2cm (4.8in)
- Skull Height 12cm (4.7in)
- Greatest Length 71.1 cm (28 in.)
- Greatest Width 29 cm (11.4 in.)