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Tsessebe Shot Placement

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Tsessebe Hunting Tip

Observation is important to accurately distinguish between males and females especially where vegetation obscures penis "button" or scrotum. Males often have mud caked on their horns and forehead from ground-horning. Anatomically similar to hartebeest, topi, korrigum, tiang and hirola.



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