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Niassa Wildebeest Hunts

The Niassa wildebeest, also known as the Nyasa or Johnston's wildebeest, is a large, dark-grey antelope with a distinctive broad head and curved horns. They can weigh up to 275 kg and stand up to 1.4 meters tall at the shoulder. The males are larger and have longer horns than the females. The Niassa wildebeest is a grazing animal and feeds on grasses and herbs.

Behavior and Habitat

The Niassa wildebeest is found in the woodlands and savannahs of southern Tanzania, northern Mozambique, and Malawi. They are social animals and live in herds of up to 50 individuals, with a dominant male leading the group. During the breeding season, males will engage in impressive displays of dominance, often clashing their horns together in battles for mating rights.

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