Nyala

Nyala are gregarious and not territorial. Males often form bachelor herds and will mingle and graze with other species of hoofstock.

Nyala are most active in the evening and at night. They often follow troops of baboons as they feed in the trees and will eat the leaves and fruits dropped by the primates.

Africa

At A Glance

Habitat

Dense thickets, forests, and woodlands

Diet

Leaves, fruit, grasses, and flowers

Location

Southern Africa