Lechwe (antelope)

lechwe antelope
   The Lechwe, (Kobus leche) is a water antelope, frequenting damp, marshy places and taking to impassable swamps. It goes in considerable herds, and may be known by the peculiar way in which it allows its horns to recline, almost touching the withers.
Lechwe stand 90 (3') to 100 (3' 3") centimetres at the shoulder and weigh from 70 (154 pounds) to 120 kilograms (264 pounds).
Lechwe are diurnal. Herds are usually all of one sex but during mating season they mix.