The Oribi is a small antelope found in Africa. They are shy and elusive creatures, making them hard to find in the wild. But for those who are lucky enough to spot one, they are an awe-inspiring sight.
Oribis stand just over a foot tall at the shoulder and weigh around 25lbs. They have reddish-brown fur and a white underside. Their distinctive features include long, slender horns and large ears.
Oribis live in herds of up to 50 animals. They are herbivores, feeding on grasses, leaves, and shoots. They are also known to eat flowers and fruit.
Oribis are very shy animals and prefer to stay hidden in thick vegetation. When alarmed, they can run up to 35mph.