steenbok


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steenbok:

see antelopeantelope,
name applied to any of a large number of hoofed, ruminant mammals of the cattle family (Bovidae), which also includes the bison, buffalo, sheep, and goats. Found in Africa and Eurasia, they range in size from pygmy antelopes, 12 in.
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Safari Area, Zimbabwe Common large herbivore densities in southern Gonarezhou and Malipati: Densities of large herbivores including elephant, giraffe, impala, kudu and steenbok in southern Gonarezhou were found to be marginally higher than those of Malipati (Paired samples t-test, t = 0.
17 HMR in Africa for small predators and pygmy antelopes, and I've found it marginal for jackal (which, like coyotes, are very tough); and I've seen issues with penetration even on small, thin-skinned antelopes like steenbok.
While safaris revolve around obvious sexy species, don't discount "lesser" animals such as blesbok, steenbok and duikers, springbok, bushbuck, impala and reedbuck, just to name a few.
Spurfowl, ibis and guineas were making a terrible racket in the eucalyptus and steenbok and duiker flushed from the grass.
The scenery here is gentler, with broad grasslands and valleys of rock and stream, and there is a wide variety of plains game, from the tiny, delicate steenbok to the massive eland, the largest of the antelopes.
Leopard pounds 1,250 Waterbuck pounds 700 Kudu pounds 500 Impala pounds 100 Bushpig pounds 100 Zebra pounds 350 Jackal pounds 20 Sable pounds 1,350 Crocodile pounds 650 Wildebeest pounds 300 Grysbok pounds 90 Warthog pounds 100 Ostrich pounds 300 Civet pounds 30 Cheetah pounds 600 Bushbuck pounds 300 Eland pounds 550 Steenbok pounds 90 Duiker pounds 60 Ratel pounds 90 Porcupine pounds 30
THE TINY STEENBOK was nearly broadside, drinking the few remaining drops of water from a warthog's wallow rather than coming to the main waterhole.
CLOCKWISE: A steenbok, a lion yawns, a baby elephant follows its mother, and giraffe; CLOCKWISE: Quiver trees, a Cape ground squirrel and warthogs
Other large ungulates common in the study area included Burchell's zebra (Equus burchelli), impala (Aepyceros melampus), giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis), greater kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros), wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus), waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus), sable (Hippo-tragus niger), klipspringer (Oreotragus oreotragus), common duiker (Sylvicapra grimmia), steenbok (Raphicerus campestris), warthog (Phacochoerus aethiopicus), bushpig (Potamochoerus porcus), and 12 black rhinos.