The Suni (Neotragus moschatus) are a tiny species of antelope. Their coats are a red-brown and their young are slightly darker until they reach a mature age. They have white chins, underbellies and throats.They are social but prefer to live in pairs or very small herds of 3 to 5 members. They blend in with the grasses for camouflage against predators.

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• Their gestation period is 183 days.
• Suni is a native name from south-eastern Africa.
• They live up to 10 years in the wild


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They reside in Southeastern Africa and prefer dense bushveld. They feed on grasses, fruit, and stems and need no water as they get enough moisture from their diet. They are preyed on by Lions, Hyenas, Cheetahs and most other carnivorous animals. They are active during the evenings and nights and enjoy sleeping in the shade of trees and bushes.

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