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Scientific Name: Tragelaphus spekei

Subspecies: Tragelaphus s gratus, Tragelaphus s. selousi

Distribution: Tragelaphus spekei: Kenya, Tanzania and Sudan Tragelaphus s. gratus: Central- and West African rainforests. Tragelaphus s. selousi: Zambia, Namibia, Malawi and South Western Tanzania.

Habitat: Confined to swampy areas, mainly papyrus and reedswamps by larger lakes

Description: Middlesized Anthelope with a shoulderheight of 90 - 100 cm and a weight of 100 - 120 kg. General colour drab grey brown with white markings, sometimes with faint stripes. The neck has the typical white Tragelaphus halfmoon patches one on the throat, the other on the lower parts. The horns are twisted more or less depending on the subspecies.

Hunting method: From canoe or from platform placed in trees. 

Hunting available in: Zambia, Tanzania, Cameroun and CAR.

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