During our latest TUNGO surveys we documented the two smallest antelopes in Tarangire, the dik dik and the klipspringer. Both are about the size of a hare, but the klipspringer prefers steep rocky habitats, while the dik dik are usually found in bushy savanna flats. We often see dik dik during our surveys, but this is the first record of a klipspringer. This one was part of a pair seen on Tarangire Hill. This dik dik mother and calf were seen near the river.
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