The nilgai or blue bull (Boselaphus tragocamelus) (pronounced/ ˈnɪlˌgaɪ/, essentially suggesting "blue cow") is the biggest Eastern antelope and also is native to the Indian subcontinent. The single participant of the category Boselaphus, the types was explained as well as provided its binomial name by German zoologist Peter Simon Pallas in 1766. The nilgai stands 1– 1.5 metres (3.3– 4.9 feet) at the shoulder; males weigh 109– 288 kgs (240– 635 lb), and also the lighter ladies 100– 213 kgs (220– 470 lb). A sturdy thin-legged antelope, the nilgai is characterised by a sloping back, a deep neck with a white spot on the throat, a short crest of hair along the neck ending in a tuft, and white face places. A column of pendant crude hair hangs from the dewlap ridge listed below the white patch. Sex-related dimorphism is prominent– while women as well as juveniles are orange to tawny, adult males have a bluish-grey coat. Only men have horns, 15– 24 centimetres (5.9– 9.4 in) long.
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