Here's a relatively rare African trophy - a Lesser Kudu taxidermy shoulder mount. The greater kudu is a much more common trophy but no more beautiful than the lesser. The horns are perfectly spiraled. The coloring and markings are beautiful with the quintessential double white markings on the throat. This mount has earned our quality rating of Excellent. The perfect decor piece for the modern or contemporary home, lodge, cigar room, bourbon bar, or trophy room.
Quality Rating: Excellent
Approximate Dimensions: 39" tall x 12.5" wide x 22.5" deep
Hangs from a well mounted screw or lag bolt by its included hardware
Ships for FREE in the Continental U.S.
About the Lesser Kudu
Scientific Name: Tragelaphus imberbis
The lesser kudu is a medium-sized bushland antelope, found in East Africa. It is placed in the genus Tragelaphus and family Bovidae. It was first scientifically described by the English zoologist Edward Blyth in 1869. The head-and-body length is typically 110–140 cm.