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Baie interessant is die njala!

Die vroulike dier is skaars groter as 'n bosbok en sy word 'n ooi genoem en die manlike dier is byna so groot soos 'n koedoe en is 'n bul. "As jy 'n definisie soek, kan die njala dus gebruik word om die oorgang vas te lê.'' Onder toeriste deur die lens van `n kamera, die visier van `n geweer en of die kromming van `n boog bly hulle baie gewild!

The nyala is mainly active in the early morning and the late afternoon. It generally browses during the day if temperatures are 20–30 °C and during the night in rainy season. As a herbivore, the nyala feeds upon foliage, fruits and grasses, with sufficient fresh water. A shy animal, it prefers water holes rather than open spaces.

Njalas as lae-risiko diere!

“Njalas word as ‘n lae-risiko dier beskou om te koop" Hulle pryse bly redelik konstant en daar is altyd gewillige kopers!

The nyala is a medium sized antelope with a build similar to that of a bushbuck and the face of a kudu. The bull weighs 92-126 kg, has a shoulder height of 104-121 cm and an apron of exceptionally long hair. Their pelage colour varies from a light chestnut to a chocolate-brown that darkens with age to a dark greyish-black. There are 10-14 vertical, parallel, white stripes on the flanks. Distinctive markings include a horizontal white marking on the muzzle just below the eyes, a white chin, two white dots on the cheeks and a white patch on the lower throat.

 Males have two long manes, the first a dorsal mane stretching from the upper neck, down the spine to the tip of the tail and the second from the chin, down the throat to the chest and stomach. The golden yellow-brown of the lower legs in adult bulls is unique. Nyala ewes are much smaller weighing only 54-68 kg and have a shoulder height of 82-106 cm. They are a bright, chestnut-brown and lack the furry coat of the bull. Nyala lack the scent-marking pre-orbital glands of most other antelope species.

Vir baie inwoners van aftree-landgoed is dit ‘n voorreg en ‘n plesier om veral Njalas elke dag te sien en wat gemaklik is om tussen die huise rond te beweeg sonder om te skrik of iemand te pla.

If you invest in Njala`s you can receive 58% (ROI) on your investment!

 

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