Steenbok * Steenbok * Raphicerus Campestris

Steenbok are active during the day and the night; however, during hotter periods, they rest under shade during the heat of the day. The time spent feeding at night increases in the dry season.

It is a common small antelope of southern and eastern Africa. Steenbok live in a variety of habitats from semi-desert, such as the edge of the Kalahari Desert and Etosha National Park, to open woodland and thickets, including open plains.

At the first sign of trouble, steenbok typically lie low in the vegetation. If a predator or perceived threat comes closer, a steenbok will leap away and follow a zigzag route to try to shake off the pursuer. Known predators include Southern African wildcat, caracal, jackals, leopard, martial eagle and pythons. 
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They are almost entirely independent of drinking water, gaining the moisture they need from their food. Steenbok typically browse on low-level vegetation.