Distribution: Eastern Angola, south-eastern D.R.C., northern Zambia, central to northern Mozambique, and southern Tanzania.
Size: SH: 1.25m. W: 180kg
Description: This hartebeest has the typical hartebeest form, a light golden-brown colouration, with a lighter coloured patch on the rump. It has a much darker colour on the back. Its most characteristic trait is the shape of its horns. They are more “S” shaped and from the front a more crescent form with the tips pointing backwards.
Sex Determination: Both sexes carry horns although the male’s horns are much heavier than females. Males also tend to be quite a bit darker than the females.
Trophy Assessment: Mature males with horn size around 17”+.
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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