The Duiker gets its name from the Afrikaans word 'duiker' which means to dive, relating to the animal's habit of ducking away into bushes when danger threatens. Male Common Duikers have a pair of small horns and in some places it is typical for females to also have them. The Common duiker’s call of alarm is a nasal snort. It bleats loudly when caught and this sound will attract other duikers.
Weight: 16 kg