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any of several small antelopes of eastern Africa of the genus Madoqua

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Little dik-dik Thanos makes a big impression KEEPERS stepped into raise young antelope Thanos after his mum passed away, soon after giving birth.
Besides the overflowing armour, you will find that the taxidermist was on overdrive on everything from tigers to dik-diks.
Over the next hour we saw some baboons, the back of an elephant herd disappearing round a distant corner and dik-diks - dainty dwarf antelope.
The driving force behind the safari, Thailand's Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra (who is originally from Chiang Mai), went to Kenya in December to secure 175 animals--including giraffes, flamingoes, hippos, zebras, dik-diks, impalas, buffaloes and gazelles--in exchange for a reported $1 million to go towards Kenyan conservation efforts, and a promise to train Kenyans in the way of the Thai mahout (elephant trainers, whose practices many consider harsh).
Where sand dunes once tumbled toward the Pacific, zebras gallop, dik-diks spronk.