Eland are found in grassland, mountain, sub-desert, acacia savannah and miombo woodland areas. They distance themselves from deserts, forests and swamps. Herbivorous, they feed in areas where shrubs and bushes provide the leaves they prefer. They use their horns to bring twigs and branches into reach. Also known to consume tuberous roots. They use their horns to bring twigs and branches into reach.
Info sourced from www.sa-venues.com/wildlife/wildlife_eland.htm
Photo capture date & Location: 2018-02 Bushtime at Mabula