Please can you ID this buck?

by Alison
(Vredenkloof)


Please help us identify this buck that we saw in the Kruger Park somewhere between the Crocodile Gate and Lower Sabie.

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Aug 11, 2013
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Steenbok
by: Anonymous

Def steenbok

Aug 16, 2012
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BUCK ID
by: Anonymous

Rooi Duiker

Oct 14, 2011
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Buck ID
by: Jenny

Hi Alison

It looks like a Male Steenbok/Steinbuck, I say this because of the shape of the horns, the colour, being a light tan with white under it's tummy and the size and shape of it's ears. A male Steinbuck's weight is about 11kg and stands about 50cm high, they are common in the Kruger but very shy and usually they are found in pairs.

Many thanks for asking us to identify it for you, I hope this information helps.


Oct 14, 2011
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Looks like a Steenbok
by: Jack

It looks like a steenbok to me. They are common throughout the Kruger Park.

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