I went to several Zoo but haven't seen Coke's hartebeest in my life. So here I am sharing and writing what I found during my search.The Coke's hartebeest is also called kongoni. It is found on the open grassy plains and tree grasslands in the Southern Kenya and Tanzania. It is a large, fawn-colored antelope that at first glance seems strangely misshapen and less elegant than other antelopes. These species often mingle with herbs of other antelope or zebras. The height of this species is 4 feet tall at the shoulder, and the back slopes downward from heavy forequarters to narrow hindquarters. The hartebeest is resembles as as hoarse with horns. It has very long face and a small hump between the shoulders, its coat is fawn or reddish and thou ringed horns curve up and inward in a shape. The scientists differ about the classification of the hartebeest. Some consider the group to have several geographic representatives of the same species, while others think it represents different species. Hartebeest are mainly found in the medium and tall grasslands, including savannas. This animals is one the most sedentary antelopes but it does move around more when larger groupings form during the dry seasons or in periods of drought, to seek water and better grazing.
The predators of hartebeest are Cheetahs, jackals, lions, hyenas, hunter dogs, people and leopards. Hartebeest drink water daily, though under drought conditions it can withstand long period without water. I like this animals but I'm also scared about it because of its long horn.