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African Greater Kudu Taxidermy Mount - SW3632


Taxidermy Mount for Sale - Greater Kudu

Taxidermy Buying GuideMajestic African Greater Kudu taxidermy mount. Upright, alert pose facing straight forward. Thick, long hair with a beautiful full, long chest fringe. Unusual coloring in shades of gray, brown and cream. The chevron pattern between the eyes is very pronounced. Horns are extremely long and thick and also are detachable which would allow for ease of transport. The right horn measures 52 3/4", while the left measures at 53 1/2". Quality detailing throughout on this massive Kudu. For the expert taxidermy quality, it receives the rating of "Excellent". This would be an awesome addition to the trophy room or lodge.

Scientific Name: Tragelaphus strepsiceros
Size: 63" tall x 44" wide x 34" deep.
Weight: 42 lbs.
Wall hanger is attached. Hangs from single, well-anchored bolt.
Ships freight carrier. Ships in a secure wood crate.
Ships free!

About the African Greater Kudu

The greater kudu is considered by many to be the most handsome of the spiral horn antelopes, which includes the bongo, eland, nyala, bushbuck, and sitatunga.
Kudu, both the greater kudu and its close cousin the lesser kudu, have stripes and spots on the body, and most have a chevron of white hair on the forehead between the eyes.
Greater kudu bulls have long, spiral horns; occasionally a female will have small ones. The greater kudu's horns are spectacular and can grow as long as 72 inches, making 2 1/2 graceful twists. These beautifully shaped horns have long been prized in Africa for use as musical instruments, honey containers, and symbolic ritual objects. In some cultures, the horns are thought to be the dwelling places of powerful spirits, and in others, they are a symbol of male potency. The horns are seldom used in defense against predators; nor are they an impediment in wooded habitats-the kudu tilts the chin up and lays the horns against the back, moving easily through dense bush.

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