dik-dik

NOUN
  1. any of several small antelopes of eastern Africa of the genus Madoqua; the size of a large rabbit
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How To Use dik-dik In A Sentence

  • Comparison of voluntary food and water intake and digestion in Kirk's dik-dik and suni. Chapter 11
  • Many birds and some antelopes, notably the dik-dik and the saiga, sport noses that give them an exceptional ability to regulate brain temperature and conserve water.
  • These species, all of which are under threat due to illegal harvesting, included Grants gazelle, Thomsons gazelle, dik-dik, eland, impala, waterbuck, warthog, plains zebra, Cape buffalo and Masai giraffe.
  • These species, all of which are under threat due to illegal harvesting, included Grants gazelle, Thomsons gazelle, dik-dik, eland, impala, waterbuck, warthog, plains zebra, Cape buffalo and Masai giraffe.
  • I don't believe he killed a deer at all because, first of all, a dik-dik is very tiny.
  • For solitary cryptic species such as the dik-dik and klipspringer, I collected individual fecal samples from dung-middens in known territories along the sampling transects.
  • Many birds and some antelopes, notably the dik-dik and the saiga, sport noses that give them an exceptional ability to regulate brain temperature and conserve water.
  • All of the common herbivores (springbok are by far the most numerous) and their main predators are found here along with black faced impala, Damara dik-dik, roan antelope, red hartebeest and black rhino.
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