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BongoTragelaphus eurycerusThe bongo is a chestnut-colored antelope that lives in the forests of central and western Africa. Like other antelope, the bongo has distinctive white vertical stripes down its shoulders, like dripped pastry icing. Both males and females have spiraling horns. The bongo lives on a diet of roots, sweet potatoes, branch tips, and shoots. Its tongue can wrap around food so it can easily feed from tall plants. The bongo is a private, shy animal that runs if it is the least bit frightened.