Hunting trips on TSESSEBE
Damaliscus lunatus lunatus
Distribution: The Okavango and Caprivi regions of Namibia; western Zambia west of the upper Zambezi, and also near Lake Bangweulu in the northeast; northern and eastern Botswana; and scattered localities in Zimbabwe, private ranches in South Africa
Description: The tsessebe is a medium-large antelope. Overall color is a dark reddish brown with an iridescent purplish sheen. The horns (both sexes) are small, ringed except at the tips, and lunate or crescent-shaped when viewed from the front.
CITES: Not listed.