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The eland is the world's largest antelope. The social behavior of eland is somewhat different from that of other antelopes. Usually older, dominant males are solitary, while other adult males form small groups of three or four. ..Adult females associate in much larger groups, whose size and membership vary from day to day. Several hundred eland sometimes gather, and males may spend a few hours or even weeks with a female group before becoming solitary again.