- Period:Before 1950
- Country of Origin:East Africa
- Dimensions (H x W x D):78 x 64 x 85 cm
- Weight:8 Kg
- Belgium Delivery:On request
Hunting trophy / Head in cape, antique taxidermy brought back from Africa before 1950.
Beautifully made, impressive and very stylish!
Very nice condition, easy to place (wooden inner stand with metal frame, the whole weighing 8kg).
The Blue Wildebeest Gnu (from the Latin name "Connochaetes taurinus") is a species of bovid found in East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania), Southern Africa (Botswana, Angola) and South Africa. It is a ruminant, large herbivore (1.30 m at the withers for an average of 200 kg), generally close to the "horned animals" and ruminants of the plains (antelopes, gazelles, zebras, etc.) living in vast herds in the grassy and wooded savannah where they make spectacular migrations.