Steenbuck (Raphicerus campestris)
Steenbuck can be characterized by their large ears, in relation to their heads. Standing 52 cm./20” tall at the shoulder, only the males have horns which are upright spikes ridged at the base. Steenbuck are reddish brown with white underparts. They are very petite, yet extremely agile. Being selective browsers and grazers, they prefer open grassland with some tree cover. They are not water dependant. Steenbuck buries its urine and faeces.
A thin-skinned animal. Virtually any angle can be used to ensure a vital hit. Broadside and quartering away shots are advised for inexperienced hunters though, due to the small heart diameter.
SCI - 11”
Rowland Ward - 41/2”
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