The subfamily Reduncinae is composed 8 species of antelope all of which dwell in marshes, floodplains or other well-watered areas, including the waterbucks and reedbucks. These antelopes first appeared in fossil record 7.4 million years ago in Eurasia and 6.6 mya in Africa.
- FAMILY BOVIDAE
- Subfamily Bovinae: cattle and spiral-horned antelopes, 24 species in 9 genera
- Subfamily Cephalophinae: duikers, 19 species in two genera
- Subfamily Hippotraginae: grazing antelopes, 23 species in 11 genera
- Subfamily Antilopinae: gazelles, dwarf antelopes and the saiga, 38 species in 14 genera
- Subfamily Caprinae: sheep, goats, 26 species in 12 genera
- Subfamily Reduncinae
- Subfamily Aepycerotinae: impala, one species
- Subfamily Peleinae: rhebok, one species
- Subfamily Alcelaphinae: wildebeest, seven species in four genera
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