Distribution: Southern Bush Duiker – From the Cape, northwards to Orange River, north-eastwards through Gauteng, western Limpopo and into south-western Zimbabwe.
South African Bush Duiker – From Kwa-Zulu Natal, to eastern Mpumalanga and Limpopo, into Mozambique, south of the Zambezi and into south-eastern Zimbabwe.
Size: SH: 50cm. W: 18kg
Description: There are fourteen subspecies of Bush Duikers which is divided into four groupings: Southern Bush Duiker (3 subspecies), Angolan Bush Duikers (one subspecies), East African Bush Duikers (seven subspecies) and West African Bush Duiker (three subspecies).
Small antelope. Greyish-brown coat. Black marking on nose and under the eyes and black stripe on the tail.
Like in most subspecies the main difference is the colouration.
Sex Determination: Only males carry horns. Females are heavier than the males.
Trophy Assessment: 4”+
Shot Placement: Broadside – in the middle of the body straight-up with the front legs.
Frontal – Centre line in the chest
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