Definition of Lesser kudu
1. Noun. A smaller variety of kudu.
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Literary usage of Lesser kudu
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Big Game Shooting on the Equator by Francis Arthur Dickinson (1908)
"Its horns are shorter, have a closer spiral and a smaller divergence than the greater kudu; the does carry no horns, as in that species. The lesser kudu ..."
2. Shots and Snapshots in British East Africa by Edward Bennet (1914)
"lesser kudu Strepsiceros imberbis. Swahili, Main n'dogo. ... The lesser kudu differs little from the greater except in point of size—he is only about 44 ..."
3. In Pursuit of the "Mad" Mullah: Service and Sport in the Somali Protectorate by Malcolm McNeill, Arthur Charles Hugh Dixon (1902)
"... of big game in Africa—Beneficial to sportsmen—Somali Protectorate regulations—Remarks on same—Proposed alterations—Greater and lesser kudu—Lion-shooting ..."
4. African Camp Fires by Stewart Edward White (1913)
"XXIX THE lesser kudu ABOUT eight o'clock, the evening of our first day on the Swanee, the heat broke in a tropical downpour. We heard it coming from a long ..."
5. Big Game Shooting by Clive Phillipps-Wolley (1894)
"ANTELOPES lesser kudu The lesser kudu (Swahili,' Kungu') is very plentiful on the banks of ... The jumping powers of the lesser kudu are simply marvellous. ..."
6. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1904)
"Accepting Thayer's hypothesis of concealment by the counteraction of light and shade and applying it to the lesser kudu, " it will be seep," he says, ..."
7. Catalogue of Mammalia in the Indian Museum, Calcutta by John Anderson, William Lutley Sclater, Indian Museum (1891)
"The Abyssinian specimens of Kudu got by Blanford seem to be examples of the Lesser Kudu of Blyth, easily distinguished from the Greater Kudu by the closed ..."