The Black Springbok is a rich chestnut brown, with thin, light face stripes. The stripe near the rump is well-marked, and that on the flanks is deep brown. The forehead is brown, fawn, or white, the patch not extending beyond the eyes and having no sharp boundaries. The nose is white or marked with brown. Springbok Hunting can be very challenging, as the animals are primarily found in large herds. The hunter will often have to crawl on all four to get within range, without being seen by the many eyes. Springbok are agile and can reach speeds of 50+ mph and leap 10 ft in the air.
Trophy Fees $400