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Black-fronted Duiker Hunting

Cephalophus nigrifrons

Distribution: Southern Cameroon; the extreme southwestern tip of the Central African Republic; possibly in Rio Muni; parts of Gabon; northern Congo; northern and central Congo eastward to the Virunga volcanoes.

Description: A medium-sized duiker with relatively long legs and a coarse coat. The general color is rich chestnut, with underparts the same or very slightly lighter.There is a broad black streak that runs from the nose to its forehead. The horns are short and pointed horns, carried by both sexes. This duiker weighs 31-40 pounds (14-18 kg) and has a shoulder height of about 17 inches (43 cm).

CITES: Not listed.

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