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Common Reedbuck

About Common Reedbuck

Reedbucks live in swampy areas and wet grasslands. They are a dusty sand color and the males have short, forward-pointing ridged horns. Reedbucks make a whistling noise when they are startled. They make this noise with their noses. The whistling warns the herd of danger. If they smell the presence of a large predator, like a lion or leopard, they may whistle for more than a half hour.