huntable game species
Predators & Varmints
The Brown Hyena has a large build, weighing between 42-47 kg and reaching a height of 80cm. The scavenger can be found in arid areas and has pointed ears and a long, dark-brown coat, with striped legs.
A medium-sized wild cat with a reddish tan/sandy coat, the Caracal is characterized by its long tufted ears and robust body. The Caracal can reach a weight of 19 kg and a shoulder height of 125 cm.
The fastest land mammal, the Cheetah is characterized by its long, slender legs, spotted coat and black tear-like streaks. Reaching a weight of 72 kg and shoulder height of 150 cm.
Compared to other big cats, the Leopard has a relatively stocky build, with powerful, short legs, long body and large skull. Marked with rosettes, its fur is a yellowish brown. Weighing up to 90 kg, the Leopard can reach a shoulder height of 80 cm.
The second-largest living cat, the Lion is characterized by its light brown, golden or reddish coats, tufted tails and, of course, the male’s iconic mane. Males can weigh as much as 225 kg with a shoulder height of 1,2 m.
Largest of the Hyaenidae, the Spotted Hyena is aptly named and is distinguished by its spotted coat, round ears and robust build. Adult Spotted Hyena can reach a weight of 80 kg with a shoulder height of 85 cm.