Wow! This guy is massive! Here we have a relatively rare Nyasa Wildebeest, native to Tanzania, features brown stripes on a gray base and the characteristic Nyasa white strip running horizontally across its nose. At 27.5” wide with massive bases, this Wildebeest’s horns are quite large. It has a nice beard that is coarse to the touch. Its pose conveys strength and determination. The only complaint one might have about this trophy is that his horns are slightly asymmetrical. All this considered, it has earned our taxidermy quality rating of Premier.
About the Nyasa Wildebeest
Scientific Name: Connochaetes gnou
The Nyasa Wildebeest is a somewhat rare subspecies of the Blue Wildebeest common to the region of Nyasaland. It is a member of the genus Connochaetes and family Bovidae.