a sizable South African antelope (Strepsiceros kudu). The males have actually graceful spiral horns, often four legs long. The general color is reddish or grayish brown, with eight or nine white groups for each part, and a pale dorsal stripe. The old males come to be dark bluish gray, as a result of skin showing through tresses. The females are hornless. Called also nellut.
The striped antelope, Antilope strepsiceros or Strepsiceros kudu, found in many components of Africa from Abyssinia to Cape Colony.
among bushbucks, Tragelaphus selousi, which inhabits the swampy areas of central and eastern Africa.
either of two spiral-horned antelopes for the African bush