"I Should Get Out of Here!"
The Dik-Dik has sharp spikes for horns. They are slanted backward to prevent them from getting caught in branches in his bush habitat. It uses nasal panting like a bellows to cool it down in the savannah heat. It is a male dominant society, territorial and monogamous. It prefers to flee to the safe hiding places within its brush range, but can also rapidly reach top speeds out in the open to escape predators.
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