The Topi (Damaliscus lunatus jimela) is a subspecies of the common Tsessebe. It is a highly social and fast type of antelope found in the savannas, semi-deserts, and floodplains of sub-Saharan Africa. They have elongated heads, a distinct hump at the base of the neck, and reddish-brown bodies with dark purple patching on their upper legs. They also have a mask-like dark coloration on the face. Their horns are ringed and lysate shaped.