Eland is the largest antelope in the world. They reside in Africa and eat largely vegetation, but will eat insects or grass if necessary. Eland can weigh up to 900 pounds
Nilgiri tahr dwells in southwest India's mountains and hills, mainly in the Western Ghats. They eat grasses, bamboo leaves, and lichens from trees. When food is scarce in their preferred habitat, they eat fruits, roots, and bark.
Eastern Grey Kangaroos eat vegetation, fruits, and grasses. Nighttime is when they forage. During warmer months, they snooze in shady areas or under shrubs to avoid the heat.
Nyala is native to eastern and southern Africa. They eat leaves, but also fruits, flowers, and grasses. Nyala dwell in forests and use their long horns to negotiate dense undergrowth.
African creatures that eat plants. They can reach 6 feet at the shoulder, horns not included. They eat grass, leaves, shoots, flowers, fruits, and bark. They like to eat acacia, Combretum, Terminalia, and Ziziphus.
Musky Rat Kangaroos reside in Queensland's rainforest. They devour trees' leaves, flowers, and fruit. The female Musky Rat Kangaroo has a pouch on her abdomen where her young develop for a few months.
Dall Sheep inhabit North America and Alaska. Mostly plants, but also lichens and mosses. Dall Sheep climb cliffs to obtain food. They have pointed hooves for climbing.
North America and Europe have moose. They eat trees' leaves and branches. Moose consume grass, lichens, and moss. Moose consume bark in winter. Moose only consume what's best for them.
Koalas live in east and south Australia. They eat Eucalyptus leaves, but will eat other vegetation if necessary. Due to habitat loss and disease, koala numbers are falling. Cars kill koalas when they cross roadways to get food.