Why the long face? There is absolutely no reason to feel sad about this absolutely stunning Lichtenstein's hartebeest taxidermy mount. The animal’s coat is beautifully colored in hues of orange, tan, rust and gold. It has impressive horns and great detailing throughout. For its size and stunning color and patterning, this piece has been given our taxidermy quality rating of Excellent.
About the Lichtenstein's Hartebeest
Scientific Name: Alcelaphus lichtensteinii
Lichtenstein's hartebeest is a subspecies of the hartebeest antelope that dwells in savannahs and floodplains of Southeastern-Central Africa. It is sometimes classified as a unique species, Sigmoceros lichtensteinii. It derives its name from zoologist Martin Lichtenstein.