Springbok are a small
antelope common in South Africa.
The extra large horns have a base circumference of 5" to 6", large enough to slip your fingertips into, but not your hand. They are mostly hollow.
The horns come in loose. Due to the variation of shapes and sizes in these horns, we cannot sort for matched sets.
||Sizes are approximate
||~6" to 9"
||~9" to 12"
||Springbok Horn:Extra Large
||~12" or more
Genus and species: Antidorcas
Springbok are not an endangered
Not for export to Japan. Not for export to Canada as they may be problems clearing them through the CFIA.
Product of South Africa