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The eland is the largest living antelope
Dominant males are solitary and assess each other's strength by locking horns, trying to throw the opponent to the ground
The strongest males make a loud clicking sound that can be heard by rivals more than a mile away
A female's horns grow to 63 cm, while a male's horns grow twice as long.
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