Elands are native to the grasslands, savannas, and woodlands of Africa. They have a wide distribution across the continent, ranging from southern Africa to East Africa. Elands are adaptable and can inhabit a variety of habitats, including open plains, wooded areas, and mountainous regions. Eland's are the largest antelope species. They have a shoulder height of around 4.9 to 5.9 feet and can weigh between 880 to 2,200 pounds. They have a thick, robust body with a dewlap hanging from their neck and loose, sagging skin on their throat and chest. Elands have long, straight, and heavily ridged horns that spiral tightly. Both bulls and cows have horns, with those of the bulls being larger.
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