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see damaliskdamalisk
, name for African antelopes of the genus Damaliscus, closely related to the hartebeest. Damalisks are slenderly built and rather horselike in form; they are common grazing animals of the African grasslands.
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Although the specials included a burger made from 'South African gazelle' (on other days you might find either ostrich, kangaroo, venison, bison, blesbuck, impala, kudu or springbuck
The Foundation Auctions also offered hunts for antelope, aoudad, blesbuck, caribou, chamois, deer, elk, gazelle, ibex, impala, kudu, moose, mouflon, mountain goat, oryx, red stag, tahr, warthog, water buffalo, wild boar, wolverine, crane, dove, duck, geese, pheasant, prairie chicken, quail, swan, wild turkey, and deep sea and fresh water fishing excursions.
Nyala cows sold for N$25000, lechwe breeding herd between N$24000 and N$28000, impalas fetched between N$2715 and N$3150, both Hartman and mountain zebra family groups went for N$6000, giraffes around N$13000 per animal, blesbuck rams around N$1400, blackface impalas for N$10,000 each, and finally black wildebeest for N$4800 per animal.
Blesbuck (Damaliscus dorcas) was chosen as prey because it is easily managed within fences, readily available from local game farms, and is comparable in size to some native prey in China.