Namibian Animals

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  1. Norwegianwoods

    Norwegianwoods SILVER SUPPORTER AH Elite

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    If you want something special for Namibia, I would say the Damara Dik Dik
     
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    Look enough like a horse that my horse loving niece made sure I did not take one under threat of a life long boycott of the house.
    So, someone else can see the likeness of her pony in them .
     
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    How long do you have? Really it will determine how many of these you could reasonably get.
    Eland, BF Impala, Steenbok, DikDik, H Zebra.
    Adding all these alone could be another 7 to 10 days.

    I picked the Eland from this list of extras!

    BF Impala would come before the striped ones for sure.
     
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    The Black faced impala can't be imported the USA. I saw a few giants when I was in Namibia in 2008. I'm talking in the 25-28 inch range, but no one was interested....because of the hefty trophy fee and fact getting through US Customs wasn't worth it.
     

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