Blesbok - Forst Eibenstein

The blesbok is native to southern Africa. It can be found in large numbers in various national parks throughout the country and inhabits open grasslands.

In terms of appearance, both male and female blesbok are remarkably similar. They can reach a weight of up to 85 kg.

A distinctive feature of the blesbok is the conspicuous white stripe on its face, accompanied by a horizontal brown stripe that separates this stripe above the eyes.