ID animal in Kruger

by Chris Bonner
(Brisbane, Australia)

Kruger. Spikey horns look like male Rhebuck

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Jul 01, 2018
Common Duiker
by: Chris

Thanks Neil and Jenny. I notice there are 20 species of Duiker hence a search brings up lots of different looks. The female I photographed had black ankles which I now see in some of the photos on the web.

Jun 30, 2018
by: Neil

Gray or common Duiker

Jun 30, 2018
It is..
by: Jenny

Hi Chris

This is a male Grey Duiker.
Shoulder height is about 50cm and between 16.2 and 16.7 kg usually solitary.

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