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Kirk Dik-dik - Species Detail

AKA: Gold: 10" Gold (Bow): 8 1/16"
Endangered: Silver: 9 4/16" Silver (Bow): 0"
Bronze: 8" Bronze (Bow): 7"
Kirk Dik-dik
Map Legend

Madoqua kirki kirki

Dik-dik de Kirk (Sp), Kirk Dikdik, Zwerg-Rüsselantilope (G), Dik-dik de Kirk (F). Sometimes called Kirk long-snouted dik-dik. Named for Sir John Kirk, who sent the first specimens to the British Museum.

DESCRIPTION As in the species text above. The typical Kirk dik-dik is somewhat smaller than the Damara race.

DISTRIBUTION Southern Somalia west of the Webi Shebeli river, southern Kenya, and northern and central Tanzania.

TAXONOMIC NOTES Includes the forms cavendishi, hindei, kirki, minor, nyikae and thomasi, with kirki Günther, 1880 having priority.

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