WORLD'S SMALLEST ANTELOPE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
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What is the world's smallest antelope?
The smallest member of the
antelope tribe known in existence today is the Dik-Dik. This small antelope is
only 14 inches high at full growth and only weighs a mere 12 pounds. The Dik-Dik
is recognizable by its huge eyes and trunk like snout with nostrils that point
The Dik-Dik can be found in Africa throughout the
Serengeti-Mara scrublands and in the Lake Manyara National Park. Other areas
around Africa where you may spot a Dik-Dik is in the dry landscapes west of the
Ngorongoro Crater, Grumeti River Camp, Kleinís Camp, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge,
Lake Manyara Tree Lodge and Kichwa Tembo.
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