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dik-dik:

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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According to Turkish media reports, the prosecutor moving forward with an indictment to hold only the mother responsible for negligence in the tragic incident and not the father, Serdar Dikdik.
The timing of births in buffalo, Grant's gazelle, and Thomson's gazelle was obtained from published data on fetuses and pregnancy rates (Walther 1972, Bradley 1977, Sinclair 1977a) and those of oribi and dikdik from observations of juveniles (Jongejan et al.
Dikdik, the smallest of these antelopes, produces two young per year.
The diet of each species was obtained either from our own observations or from the literature: for wildebeest (Watson 1969, Kreulen 1975), topi (Duncan 1975, Murray 1993, Murray and Brown 1993), buffalo (Sinclair 1977a), waterbuck (Field 1972, Spinage 1982), zebra (Klingel 1969), Thomson's gazelle (Gwynne and Bell 1968), kongoni (Stanley-Price 1978, Murray 1993), dikdik (Hendrichs and Hendrichs 1971), giraffe (Pellew 1980), and oribi (Mduma 1991, Mduma and Sinclair 1994).
Sample size for dikdik was too small to provide meaningful values and we do not consider this further.
This relationship is not evident with the five browsers and mixed feeders (Grant's gazelle, impala, oribi, dikdik, and giraffe).
It also does not account for all species, particularly the browsers or mixed feeders such as dikdik and oribi.
Wildebeest, topi, and buffalo are abundant but warthog and dikdik are not.
Some shocking allegations suggested that those involved in the search for Pamir by combing through the forest around the Dikdik family home were actually starting a protest movement against the new Bosporus Bridge -- allegedly a street protest planned in imitation of the Gezi protests.
Pamir's father Serdar Dikdik had realized that his son was not at home at 9 a.