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The Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros) is a woodland antelope found throughout eastern and southern Africa, and is one of the largest species of antelope. Males weigh 420–600 lb, with a max of 690 lb, and stand up to 63 in tall at the shoulder. The ears of the greater kudu are large and round. Females weigh 260–460 lb and stand as little as 39 in tall at the shoulder; they are hornless, without a beard or nose markings.

The Greater Kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros) is a woodland antelope found throughout eastern and southern Africa, and is one of the largest species of antelope. Males weigh 420–600 lb, with a max of 690 lb, and stand up to 63 in tall at the shoulder. The ears of the greater kudu are large and round. Females weigh 260–460 lb and stand as little as 39 in tall at the shoulder; they are hornless, without a beard or nose markings.

The greater Kudu, often called Africa's grey ghost for its remarkable ability to disappear and fade into bush and thickets silently.

The greater Kudu, often called Africa's grey ghost for its remarkable ability to disappear and fade into bush and thickets silently.