Any of various small African antelopes of the genera Cephalophus or Sylvicapra, having short, backward-pointing horns.(noun)
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Use "duiker" in a sentence
"When alarmed, they plunge into the protection of dense vegetation - hence the origin of the name duiker, which means "diver.""
"The duiker is another little antelope that one meets frequently in the grassy places of East Africa."
"The word "duiker" means dive in Afrikaans, which suits the duiker as they are known for diving for cover in the forest or brush."