Tragelaphus eurycerus isaaci
Kenya Mountain Bongo Partnership
Mountain bongo are the largest, heaviest, and most colourful of the forest antelopes in Africa. They are found in the high-altitude forests of Kenya, and human activity such as hunting and habitat loss are currently their biggest threats.
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The white stripes on the bongos’ sides are thought to provide them with camouflage in the forest, as they look like the pattern of sunlight and shadow seen on the understory and forest floor.