|Oribi male, Ourebia ourebi, Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda. Only male Oribi have horns.|
|Waterbuck male, Kobus ellipsiprymnus, Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda. Again, only the males are horned.|
|Korrigum pair, Damaliscus korrigum, (formerly lumped with other Topi or Tsessebe species),|
Waza National Park, northern Cameroon.
|Loder's Kob male, Kobus loderi, Benoue National Park, central Cameroon.|
|Impala male, Aepyceros melampus, Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda.|
Only males have the lovely spiralling horns.
|Merino ram Ovis aries, Lake Cargelligo Show, New South Wales. |
Sheep and goats are actually taxonomically very close, and are generally described as goat-antelopes!
|African, or Cape Buffaloes, Syncerus caffer, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda. |
Both males and females are horned, but the males' armoury is much more massive.
(The flying egret and Skimmer are bonuses!)
|The budding horns can just be discerned in this African Buffalo calf.|