Dik-dik (male) -Tarangire National Park,Tanzania

[A Male Dik-Dik: A Small Antelope. (Photographed in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania. Glad they're in a National Park.

Keepers step in to hand-rear orphaned baby dik dik antelope at Chester Zoo (2)

Keepers step in to hand-rear orphaned baby dik dik antelope at Chester Zoo my gosh sooo cute!

Dik dik We used to see these wonderful little creatures along the road on our way down to South Africa from Zambia.

Those big beautiful eyes! A dik-dik is a small antelope in the genus Madoqua that lives in the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa. Dik-diks stand about cm at the shoulder, are cm long, weigh kg and can live for up to 10 years

Dik-dik by Mogens Trolle - Photo 181294647 / 500px

Dik-dik by MogensTrolle. A little angel with big beautiful eyes, a heart shaped nose and "horns".

Kirk's Dik-dik (Madoqua kirki), profile, side view, Etosha National Park…

Kirk's Dik-dik (Madoqua kirki), profile, side view, Etosha National Park…

A Unijack!!!!!!! See guys proof again that they are real!!!

Dik-Diks make me giggle with their cuteness.A dik-dik is a small antelope in the genus Madoqua that lives in the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa.

Dik Diks are the best best.  “Dik-dik” is the moniker for any of 4 species of tiny antelope in the genus Madoqua native to Eastern and Southern Africa.   Photo by Mike Wilson

Dik Diks are the best best. 😉 “Dik-dik” is the moniker for any of 4 species of tiny antelope in the genus Madoqua native to Eastern and Southern Africa. Photo by Mike Wilson

Aluna the dik dik didn't bond with her mother and is being raised by one lucky zookeeper until she's old enough to eat solid foods.

Meet Aluna, the Dik Dik

Aluna the dik dik didn't bond with her mother and is being raised by one lucky zookeeper until she's old enough to eat solid foods. // I want a dik dik.

A female Kirk's Dik-dik antelope By: Steve Garvie (Meet Jambalaya ) x So beautiful

Dik dik is a small antelope in the genus Madoqua that lives in the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa. Dik-diks stand about cm at the shoulder, are cm long, weigh kg and can live for up to 10 years

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