Bontebok is found nowhere else in the world, being endemic to South Africa’s Cape fynbos. Once considered to be the rarest antelope in the world but careful conservation has ensured its survival. Bontebok are now only found in protected areas in South Africa. The bontebok is a close cousin of the blesbok. The two antelope look remarkably similar, except that the blesbok has a white stripe along its forehead and the bontebok has a white rump. There is also a small difference in the colour of the horns.