Male Nyala have a dark grey coloured head and body with indistinct stripes along their torso. Their lower legs are tan in colour and they have have a fringe of hair along their underside and a thin crest on their back. They have horns that measure up to 70 cms in length and a white "V" between their eyes.
Female and juvenile Nyala are red/brown in colour and they have distinctive, vertical white stripes along their body. They do not have any horns but they have a white "V" between their eyes.
Nyala in the wild are found near brush within dry savannah regions in southern Africa.
Our sprightly nyala can be found with our rhino in the African Savannah.