Details of Coke's hartebeest (Alcelaphus buselaphus cokei)
Found in herds on open plains and scrublands of sub-Saharan Africa. They often mingle with herds of zebras or of other antelope. Their backs slope downward from heavy forequarters to narrow hindquarters, and their long faces are accentuated, in both sexes, by ringed, lyre-shaped horns that are united at the base.
Height: 132 cm
Weight: M 170 kg; F 150 kg
Active: Mainly diurnal
Habitat: Boundaries of grassy plains and woodland
Food: grass, non selective