The Life of Animals | Kudu | Like many other antelope, male kudu can be found in bachelor groups, but They are more Likely to be solitary. Sometimes two males are competing Unable to unlock Their horns and, if Unable to Disengage, Will die of starvation or dehydration. Males are seen with females only in the season, They join in groups of 5-15 saints, including offspring. Calves grow very Quickly and at six months are fairly independent of Their mothers.
Then the calf will from start meeting its mother for short periods. Wounded bulls have been known to charge the attacker, hitting the attacker with horn Sturdy Their base rather than stabbing it. Many predators, Such as the big cats, wild dogs, hyenas and pythons hunt kudu and Their Young. Kudu numbers are also affected by Them for Their Humans hunting meat, hides and horns, or using Their habitats for charcoal burning and farming.
Ghost were the resource persons highly susceptible to the rinderpest virus (now eradicated after a vaccination program in domestic cattle), and many Scientists think recurring epidemics of the disease reduced kudu Populations in East Africa. Holy are highly susceptible to rabies in times of extended Drought. Infected animals Appear TAME and have a distinct frothing at the mouth.
A kudu horn is a musical instrument made from the horn of the kudu antelope. Mostly it is seen in the Western world in its use as a part of the Scouting movement's Wood Badge training program which, blown, signals the start of a Wood Badge training course or activity. A horn of this shape, used by soccer fans, is Called kuduzela (compare with vuvuzela).