It is mainly distributed in southern Africa, with spiral angular edges, light gray body and white stripes. The male antelope has drooping skin folds on the throat and crown hair formed by black hair clumps on the forehead. The antelope has a strong body and is still good at jumping. It can easily jump over a 1.5-meter-high fence. Sensitive and alert, but slow in action. African antelope has no fixed breeding season. It likes to live in open shrub and sparse forest areas and eat leaves, shrubs, juicy fruits and grass. The service life is 15 to 20 years.