Bongo Beauty

© Lisa G. Putman

Bongo Beauty

Teresa A. Burnett level-deluxe 12/3/2007 11:40:31 PM

Awesome capture of this guy Lisa!! I'd never even heard of these guys until my daughter and I went to the Toronga Zoo in Sydney. #800754

Bill Houghton 12/4/2007 1:44:43 AM

This is a beautiful photo Lisa. Wonderful detail. Congratulations on a job well done. I hope you have a great day. Bill

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Lisa G. Putman 12/4/2007 6:34:09 PM

Thanks, Teresa and Bill! #5170146

Bill Knaps 12/13/2007 8:20:46 AM

Amazing and beautiful capture Lisa...Bill #5203664

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The Bongo, or broad-horned antelope, Boocercus eurycerus, is one of Africa's most elusive animals. Keeping close to the jungle, it never shows itself in the open. The bongo is about four feet high at the shoulder.

It is a rich chestnut color with vertical white lines on the sides of the body. Bulls grow darker with age and become black about the head and neck. Both male and female have massive horns that spiral in one complete twist, but the female's are not as large as the male's.

Uploaded on 12/3/2007 9:35:54 PM Editor's Pick

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