"Scientific Name: Boselaphus tragocamelus
Approx. Size: 4-5 ft., up to 600 lb.
Diet: Grasses, leaves, fruit
Known as the “four-horned antelope,” the “bluebuck,” the “Indian antelope,” and the “blue bull,” the nilgai is an ungulate native to India and Pakistan, where it is the largest form of antelope. Many of the nilgai’s nicknames are inspired by the male’s bluish gray coat, a characteristic not shared by the reddish brown female. A white stripe runs along the underside of both sexes, and patches of white spot the face, ears, and a white bib, or “beard,” below the throat. Odd in shape, the nilgai has four thin legs supporting a rather robust body and powerful neck and shoulders. Short, conical horns top the head of a male, reaching lengths of 8-10 inches."—In-game history