Distribution is western Ethiopia, southern Sudan and northern Uganda.
Colour is sandy fawn with a rufous tinge, the face has a chestnut stripe from the horns to the muzzle with a white patch on the forehead in front of the horns. The rump is white with a black stripe running vertically at the back of each buttock. Both sexes have horns which are strongly ringed and bend back in a gentle curve resembling the Thomson's Gazelle.
Female horns are smaller and slender. Habitat is open plains and short grass. Mainly active in the mornings, need to drink daily.