Giant eland
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British pronunciation/dʒˈaɪənt ɪlˈand/
American pronunciation/dʒˈaɪənt ɪlˈænd/
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a large African antelope species characterized by its long, spiral horns and distinctive stripes on its sides

What is a "Giant Eland"?

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The giant eland is the largest of the antelopes and is native to the African savannah. Its coat is a reddish-brown color with vertical white stripes on the torso, and it has long, spiral-shaped horns that can grow up to 5 feet long in males. They are herbivores and feed on leaves, grasses, and bark, and can weigh up to 2,000 pounds. They are social animals and live in herds of up to 25 individuals. The giant eland is considered an important species for conservation due to its declining population caused by habitat loss and hunting.

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