Isn’t this little female bushbuck antelope cute? She appeared in the infamous 1911 encyclopedia as part of the antelope entry.
Bushbucks are thought to be the most widespread of the antelope in Sub-Saharan Africa. This sweety is known as the kewel (tragelaphus scriptus) which is primarily red or a yellowish-ground color. Our bushbuck antelope drawing is only in black and white but her charm will hopefully make up for that.
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