What kind of animal is a bongo?

Shaunda Lashley asked, updated on June 7th, 2021; Topic: bongo
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forest antelope

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However that may be, are bongos dangerous?

Bongos are most active at dusk and during the night. They tend to be timid and are easily frightened. When in danger, the bongo runs rapidly through the thick jungle, not stopping until it reaches thick cover. It faces away from danger, because its hindquarters is the least conspicuous part of its body.

Really, is a bongo a mammal? Bongos are characterised by a striking reddish-brown coat, black and white markings, white-yellow stripes and long slightly spiralled horns. Bongos are the only tragelaphid in which both sexes have horns....Bongo (antelope)


In one way or another, where does the Bongo live?

West Africa

What does Bongo Bongo mean?

In British English, Bongo Bongo Land (or Bongo-bongo Land) is a pejorative term used to refer to Third World countries, particularly in Africa, or to a fictional such country.

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Is Bongo cat a boy or girl?

bongo cat is a male.

How many bongos are left?

There are thought to be fewer than 150 bongo left in the wild. The biggest threats to them are hunting and the destruction of their habitat (where they live).

Are bongos African?

Where do bongos live? They are only found in rainforests with dense undergrowth across tropical Africa. Specifically, they are found in the lowland rainforests of West Africa and the Congo Basin to the Central African Republic and southern Sudan.

Are bongo drums African?

Bongo drums are a musical instrument in the percussion family that are believed to have originated from both the African and Cuban cultures. Bongo drums are a pair of drums attached together and played together.

Who created the Bongo?

The origin of the bongo is largely unclear. Its use was first documented in the Eastern region of Cuba, the Oriente Province, during the late 19th century, where it was employed in popular music styles such as nengón, changüí, and their descendant, the son cubano.