DWARF BUFFALO, SITATUNGA & DUIKER
Besides the Bongo, the rainforest offers a very good chance to go after other species like the Dwarf Buffalo, the Sitatunga or the tiny Duikers. They are normally a good complement in a Bongo hunt, but they also can set a package by their own, centered in these unique species.
The Dwarf Forest Buffalo is the smallest African Buffalo, whose weight is under 300kg (700 lbs.). Most of them are reddish, although the older they get, the darker they become. In consequence, a mature one uses to be dark brown. It does not have a frontal boss as other Buffalos, but the horns are relatively separated. These horns grow outward, backward and slightly upward.
The Forest Sitatunga is distributed along central Africa and inhabits just the forest areas. Its coat goes from a greyish to dark brown, with some white stripes going along its body and other white spots over the face, dorsal, neck and hips. The horns, as other Sitatunga, grow spiraled upwards.
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