Zimbabwe: Hwange NP – Greater Kudu

Greater kudu is one of the most spectacular and largest antelopes in Africa. It’s a woodland antelope, usually using the forest to hide away from predators. Males are always either solitary or in bachelor herds, while females form groups with babies. Females have no horns while the males have absolutely spectacular curved and twisted horns (which are only used for show off in front of females, but otherwise useless in any fight with predators or running through the forest). These beautiful animals were out in the open area, set against a spectacular sunset.