The Bohor Reedbuck (Redunca redunca), is a species of antelope native to central Africa. Its main habitat is grassland near water.
It is reddish with lighter areas in the posterior and a white underbelly. Males have curved horns pointing forward and can weigh up to 120 pounds. Bohor Reedbucks have a distinctive whistling (males) and a frog-like croaking (females). These animals become most verbose during ritual mating displays. Gestation period is about 7.5 months.
Bohor Reedbucks live in small groups consisting of a few individuals or live alone. It is one of many central African animals that is active during the day but retreats to cooler areas during the daily temperature peaks.
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