Ringed-horn antelopes Hunting
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Ringed-horn antelopes Hunting

The ringed-horn antelopes of Africa are a group of hollow-horned mammals, united in a group by their appearance. On average they are larger than a Roe deer. Their horns might be of different shape and length, however all antelopes in this group have numerous distinct rings covering their horns.


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Antelopes are the most numerous game animals of Africa, inhabiting all parts and all kinds of landscapes of the continent: the endless savannahs, forest and swamp areas and even its deserts. They are mainly social animals, communicating with each other through a variety of sounds and scent signals. Antelopes always stay alert, as they are the main prey of the African carnivores. Antelopes are hunted by spot and stalk. As a rule, the hunter together with the hunting team drives around the hunting area in a 4x4 vehicle trying to locate the trophy males. Once the desired species is located, the stalk begins on foot.



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