National Geographic : 1956 Aug
271 Walter A. Weber S. . While Shy Bushbucks, in Forest-dweller's Stripes, Scent the Wind for Danger Since Africa's largest predators hunt primarily by sight, camouflage provides vital protection. These woods haunting Bushbucks wear vertical stripes that blend with sun-spangled foliage. Less commonly observed than many other antelopes and largely nocturnal, they are sometimes identified, even when unseen, by their peculiar doglike bark. Artist Weber considers them the most beautiful of African antelopes.