A reddish African antelope (Aepyceros melampus) mentioned for its jumping ability and having ridged, curved horns into the male.
An African antelope Aepyceros melampus noted for the leaping ability; the male has actually ridged, curved horns,
An antelope (Aepyceros melampus) of Southeastern Africa, the male of which has actually ringed lyre-shaped horns, which curve very first backwards, after that laterally, then upwards. ALso called impalla and pallah.
An African antelope of the genus Æpyceros, which has rather lengthy, divergent, lyrate horns. The best-known species is Æ. melampus of South Africa, of a dark-red color, white below, standing about 3 legs large.
African antelope with ridged curved horns; moves with huge leaps