Distribution: Eastern and northern South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia except the extreme west, southern Angola, Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, south-eastern D.R.C., and Malawi.
Size: SH: 1.4m. W: 250kg.
Description: There are five recognized subspecies – Abyssinian Greater Kudu, Cape Greater Kudu, East African Greater Kudu, Southern Greater Kudu and Western Greater Kudu.
The main difference between all the subspecies is size and colour.
The Kudu is the 2nd largest of the Spiral horn family in Southern Africa. Long spiralled horns with a “beard” under the throat, a prominent white chevron between the eyes and a greyish brown coat.
Sex Determination: Males are heavier and slightly taller than the females and only males have horns.
Trophy Assessment: Preferably not smaller than 52”
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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