Scientific Name: Damaliscus dorcas
Subspecies: Blesbok (Damaliscus d. phillipsi)
Distribution: South Africa and Namibia (in game farms)
Habitat: Open bush and grassland
Description: The two species are here described as one as the difference between them is negligent. (Bontebok is darker in colour, has deeper grooves in its horns, has all white legs and the facial white band is usually continuous from base of horns to the nose.) Middlesized antelope of 80 - 90 kg. with a shoulder height of 90 cm. General colour is rich brown, with a purplish gloss, with beautifull white markings on head, on legs and on and around base of tail.
Hunting method: Pursch
Hunting available in: South Africa and Namibia.