There we had nobler game to follow—wildebeest and hartebeest, impala, and now and then a koodoo.
You ought to see all daddy's trophies—beautiful pelts, koodoo horns, hides, and ivory from many a fine tusker!
Troops of eland crossed their path now and then, and occasionally a herd of koodoo.
Once or twice a big buck—an eland or a koodoo—broke cover, and at the sight of me went off snorting down the slope.
At length a single animal appeared, a koodoo buck that somehow had got mixed up with the cattle.
The koodoo was at the moment in the air, clearing a pile of stones with its fore-legs tucked up underneath it.
A pen had been built for the koodoo, and into this the two animals were now introduced.
Well, I made no further remark, as the occasion was too solemn for talking, but merely led the way to where the koodoo had fallen.
The koodoo combines many of the characteristics of the sheep, ox, and antelope.
I found that the men had already dug some pitfalls, though hitherto, excepting a koodoo, nothing had been caught in them.
African antelope, 1777, from Xosa-Kaffir iqudu.