Steenbok are a small antelope species that are common throughout South Africa. Only the males have horns.  They are solitary animals that are not dependent on a primary water source, getting their hydration from their food.  They are not commonly hunted specifically as a trophy, and would tend to be a target of opportunity. Primarily active early morning and evenings, they are browsers but also graze on fresh grass shoots. They lie flat in the grass to avoid detection, making them hard to spot.

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