Size: SH: 80cm. W: 75kg
Description: Numerous, black and brown rosettes on the back and upper limbs but single, solid spots on the face, lower limbs and underside.
Sex Determination: Mature males are heavier than the females, their heads are a lot bigger and most cases the genitalia are visible and protrudes under the tails of the mails.
Trophy Assessment: Big rounded head, a dewlap under the throat, thick tail base, small ears in relation to the head and heavy forearms are all signs to look for.
Shot Placement: When broadside the best shot is on the shoulder (even though the heart sits behind the shoulder) it is better to break both front shoulder bones and hit the lungs, Frontal sitting shot is most of the time a risky shot for the novice hunter
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