The blesbok or blesbuck is an antelope endemic to South Africa. It has a distinctive white face and forehead which inspired the name, because bles is the Afrikaans word for a blaze such as one might see on the forehead of a horse. Body colour is brown with a lighter-coloured saddle on the back, and the rump an even lighter shade. The legs are brown with a white patch behind the top part of the front legs. Lower legs whitish. Both sexes carry horns, ringed almost to the tip. Female horns are slightly slenderer. The neck and the top of the back of the blesbok is brown. Lower down on the flanks and buttocks, the colouring becomes darker. The belly, the inside of the buttocks and the area up to the base of the tail is white. blesbok can be easily differentiated from other antelopes because they have a distinct white face and forehead.
Avg Size (m): 1.0(w) x 1.3(l)
The impala is a medium-sized antelope in eastern and southern Africa. The sole member of the genus Aepyceros. It features a glossy, reddish brown coat.
Avg Size (m): 0.95(w) x 1.4(l)
The springbok /ˈspringbuck/ is a medium-sized antelope found mainly in southern and southwestern Africa. The sole member of the genus Antidorcas. The springbok is characterised by a white face, a dark stripe running from the eyes to the mouth, a light brown coat marked by a reddish-brown stripe that runs from the upper foreleg to the buttocks across the flanks, and a white rump flap.
Avg Size (m): 0.8(w) x 1.2(l)