Theory suggests that bongos resemble the ancestors of antelope, cattle, sheep and goats. Some 30 million
years ago, the family began to split into the groups that we have
today. Once forest dwellers, like the bongo, they moved out into open plains losing
some of their original characteristics. For example, those
animals which moved out of the forest lost their bright colours and patterns and acquired the
colouration typical to plains animals.
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