Lesser Kudu are a species of antelope found in the savannas and woodlands of eastern and northern Africa. They are known for their spiral horns and their distinctive stripes and markings, and they are prized by hunters for their beauty and rarity. Lesser Kudus feed on a variety of vegetation, including leaves, shoots, and bark, and they are active both day and night. They are a challenging target for hunters, due to their elusive nature and the dense habitats of their environments.
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The Lesser Kudu is an elegant, spiral-horned antelope native to the dry areas of eastern and northeastern Africa. They have a slender build, with males showcasing long twisted horns.
While both are beautiful antelopes, the Lesser Kudu is generally smaller in size compared to the Greater Kudu. They also have more pronounced white stripes on their body.
These antelopes favor arid savannahs, woodland areas, and dry bushlands where they can find cover from predators.
Apart from natural predators, habitat loss and poaching for their meat and horns are the main threats.
Males are larger and possess long, twisted horns, while females lack horns and are generally lighter in color.
Patience is key. Spot-and-stalk is the most common method, considering the Lesser Kudu's keen senses and their preference for dense cover.
The ideal time for hunting these elusive antelopes varies by region, but it's often during the dry season when they tend to congregate around water sources.
They communicate using a range of vocalizations, including barks when alarmed. They also use scent markings and body postures for communication within the herd.
Lesser Kudus do not have a strict breeding season, but births tend to peak during the rainy season when food is abundant.
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