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Hunting, shooting for Gazelle

Stalking, Bowhunting, Driven big game, Safari, Hunting from a Blind

Through low grasslands, high plateaus, steppe and savannah graze Gazelles, each unique to the landscape that has raised it.

Gazelle are a multi-continent species, living in places such as the Tibetan plateau, India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey and across Africa.

Gazelle are both beauty and bronze; being both slender, sheik and fast, breaking speeds of 80 km/hr. They have shaped ancient art and poetry but have also been prized quarry for many hunters, both presently and in the past.

Today Gazelles are also found throughout the southern United States. Their reputation for an exciting hunt and trophy racks has spread throughout the world. Hunters can go for Gazelle on foot or from a blind depending on the hunting land.

Safaris going through mellow grasslands, hunting for a trophy Thompson gazelle are equally rewarding to a Tibetan gazelle hunting trip, each donning different traditions, methods and memories.

Methods of hunting for Gazelle include bow or rifle. Though they are a speedy, don't let a gazelle trip get away from you!

Basic Info

Varieties: Grant Gazelle, Gibetan Gazelle, Soemmering Gazelle, Goittered Gazelle, Thomson Gazelle

Scientific name: gazzella

Size: height 50 – 110 cm

Weight: 12 – 85 kg

Lifespan: 12 years

Methods: Bow hunting, Hunting from a blind, Safari, Driven big game, Highseat, Stalking,

Continent(s): Africa, Asia