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Bongos are mainly nocturnal and easily startled. Both males and females have long spiralled horns.
Bongos are preyed on by lions, leopards, spotted hyenas and hunted by humans. Pythons sometimes swallow bongo calves.
Montane forests of equatorial Africa
Endangered in West Africa
Leaves and creeping vines
Further information about this species may be found on the Animal Diversity Web page for bongo.
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