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Hunting trips on Yellow-backed duiker

Cephalophus silvicultor

Distribution: Forest zone from Senegal eastward to southwestern Sudan and southward through Gabon, Congo, Congo and southwestern Uganda to northern Angola and parts of Zambia.

Description: It has been long considered the largest duiker; however, it is actually somewhat smaller than the Jentink duiker, to which it is similar in its stocky build. The general color is a very dark brown. Yellow-backed duikers get their name from the characteristic patch of yellow hairs on their rump, which stand when the duiker is alarmed or feels threatened.

CITES: Appendix II. Only an export permit is required. These species do not require an import permit (only in some countries that have adopted more strict rules).

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