IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)


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Range Description

The range of the Silver Dik-dik is usually given as being confined to the central coastal plain of Somalia, where its range does not appear to extend for more than 10 km inland from the coast (Simonetta 1988; East 1999). Recently, this species has been reliably reported (and photographed) further up the Shebelle River valley and in the valley bottoms of its seasonal tributaries in the Ogaden of Ethiopia (Wilhelmi et al. 2006).


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