Madoqua kirki damarensis
Distribution: Southwest of Angola, northwest and central Namibia.
Description: Damara dik-dik is somewhat larger than a kirk dik-dik. The upper body is yellowish grey, while the neck, shoulders and flanks are more brown. The chest and lower body are light compared to the rest of the body. Only the males have the spike-like horns.
CITES: Not listed.