Distribution: From the north-eastern Limpopo, to Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
Size: SH: 50cm. W: 10kg.
Description: Eight subspecies are recognized. They can be divided into two distinct and geographically separated populations: East African grouping: (East African Steenbuck and Kilimanjaro Steenbuck). The Southern African grouping: (Cape Steenbuck, East Cape Steenbuck, South African Steenbuck, Natal Steenbuck, Steinhardt’s Steenbuck and Kellen’s Steenbuck).
Small antelope. Reddish-fawn colour. Big ears and short spike horns.
Difference in subspecies are the coat colour as well as the white markings.
Sex Determination: Only males carry horns. However, the females are quite a bit bigger in body size 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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