MammalMAP says about the Sitatunga:
The Sitatunga (or marshbuck -Tragelaphus spekii) is found in south, west, east and central Africa. They stand at about 1.5m tall, and their waterproof coats and long, thin hooves make them well adapted to living in swampy habitats. They evade predators by submerging themselves underwater keeping only their nostrils above the surface. Humans are their biggest threat, draining swamps and setting snares outside of protected areas. According to the most recent IUCN listing, Sitatungas are now extinct in Niger and possibly Togo. Visit the MammalMAP virtual museum or blog for more info.
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