Scientific Name: Cephalophus nigrifrons
Distribution: Cameroun, Congo (Brazz.), Congo (Zaire) and Gabon.
Habitat: Dense rain forest.
Description: Small antelope weighing 10 - 15 kg with a shoulder height of 40 - 45 cm. Has the characteristic crest of hair between the horns. General colour almost uniform rich chestnut. A broad band along the blaze to the forehead deep black, in contrast with the rufous sides of the face is responsible for its common name.
Hunting method: Normally lying in wait and pursch, but can be attracted within shooting range by imitating the distress calls of smaller animals.
Hunting available in: Cameroun and CAR.