The Black Kudu’s colour is from a recessive gene and is not because of inbreeding. 

The kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros, English: Greater Kudu) is a wild buck prevalent in South Africa. The bull weights up to 270kg and the cow up to 210kg. The horns of the bull can be up to 150cm long and the cow has no horns. Between the eyes is a white chevron mark. 

The animal is usually found in typical undergrowth in bushveld regions especially close to or on hilly terrain. He has a ability to quietly disappear among plants and thicket due to his ability to move without noise while he grazes.