Since the days of old hunters have always seen Kudu as the antelope species that opitimises Africa, the "Grey Ghosts" of the African bush. The Kudu bull is most certainly magnificent, and has an almost regal bearing, but for me the Nyala is the antelope species that does it for me! In my slightly biased eyes (as I live in Zululand, the Nyala mecca) Nyala is equally magnificent. Have you ever just sat and watched two bulls displaying and posturing, in their efforts to assert dominance over each other? Their slow, precise movements and raised hair on their backs is a site to behold, almost like a choreographed dance. The Nyala female is equally impressive with their colour, so in cantrast to that of the bull. If I could only afford to hunt one of these two species, Nyala would be my choice! What are your thoughts?