Damaliscus lunatus korrigum
Distribution: From Senegal eastward to northern Cameroon.
Description: The korrigum is the largest of the topi group (topi, tiang and korrigum) and grows the largest horns. Its general color is a bright reddish orange. The bluish black face blaze has a narrow streak running from it below and behind the eye. The tail is fairly short, barely reaching the hocks, with a crest of black hairs on the lower third. The horns (both sexes) are thick, rather short, strongly ringed and lyrate.
CITES: Not listed.