Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus Strepsiceros)
It is found in areas extending from Lake Chad district, to eastward as far as Ethiopia and Somalia, from there southward through east and south Africa to the Cape and from there northward to mid-Angola. It prefers stony ground, lightly to thickly covered bushveld in hills and mountains, also in plains with similar cover, above all thick acacia bush clad banks of seasonally dried out river beds. Food includes foliage of trees and bushes, additionally grass and plants.
Lesser Kudu (Tragelaphus Imberbis)
The male is bluish to plate-grey in color while the female is reddish brown, white pattern. Only the male has horn. It is distributed in arid areas of east Africa between about I4°N & SOS. Danakil, Arsi, Ogaden and Borena in Ethiopia, S.Clubon in Somalia and from 8°N southwards further S.E. of equatorial Province in Sudan & N.E. Uganda as well as through Kenya and Tanzania southwards to about 8° south and 35°E with a gap in the grass savannah region northeast & east of Lake Victoria.
Habitat includes dry thorn bush country with dense thickets in plains and hills up to 1,300 meters. Sometimes also savannah river gallery forests. It is sedentary in habits. It feeds principally on foliage of trees and bushes, also in smaller quantities on grass, roots, fruit and herbs.
Roan Antelope (Hippotragus Equinus)
It is a horse-sized animal living in Africa south of the Sahara. In geographical Sudan roughly between 15°-19°N from Gambia to W.Ethiopia, south through central and E.Africa to S.Mozambique. E.Transvaal, N. Botswana, Ovamboland, Angola, S. and M.Zaire. It prefers open woodland or dry bush savannahs, gallery forest, light woodland in plains and hills up to 2,000 M. Nearby water necessary. It feeds on pre-dominantly medium height fresh grass and foliage of bushes and trees. Drinks ‘daily in morning and evening, also at midday in dry season. Can go without water for 2-3 days at the outside.
Nile Lechwe (Kobus Megaceros)
Very like Lechwe in size and f S.Sudan, orm. It is found in between 6°and 10°N and 29° and 34°E. Swamps in region of white Nile as well as adjoining S.W. Ethiopia in Gambela district on R.Baro and Gilo. It prefers swamps, dry and inundated grassy marshes and steppes region, as well as grassy levels with tall reed and sedge thickets.