The Sitatunga is an amphibious antelope, which means it is comfortable in the water as well as on land. It has a long, shaggy, oily coat. Males are grayish-brown, while females are reddish-chocolate brown. They have six to eight vertical white stripes on each side of their body and splayed hooves. Their hooves make them clumsy and vulnerable on firm terrain, but allow them to walk more easily through muddy, vegetated swamplands.
Facts about the Sitatunga
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