Salt's Dik-dik

Salt's dik-dik (Madoqua saltiana) is a small antelope found in semidesert, bushland and thickets in the Horn of Africa, but marginally also in northern Kenya and eastern Sudan.

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    Of all the flavors one eats, salt is indispensable; wherever one goes in the world, one’s mother is dearest.
    Chinese proverb.