Small antelope

by Chris Bonner
(Brisbane, Queelsland)

Male antelope

Male antelope

Male antelope
Female antelope.
Three antelopes

Samburu Kenya.

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by: Jenny

Hi Chris

Just some more info on the two types of Dik-Diks found in Kenya;
The Kirk’s dik-dik is the more common of the two dik-diks found in Kenya (the other is Gunther’s dik-dik, found only in Marsabit National Reserve) and is commonly seen in Nairobi National Park, Tsavo West National Park, Amboseli and Masai Mara. Its name comes from the ‘zic-tic’ call it makes when alarmed.
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by: Jenny

Hi Chris

It looks like a Kirk's dik dik...which is found in Kenya but I stand to be corrected. They look very much like the Damara Dik Dik which is found in Etosha.

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