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Nile Crocodile Attacking Lesser Kudu Taxidermy Mount For Sale

  • Common Name: Croc
  • Latin Name: Crocodylus niloticus & Tragelaphus imberbis
  • Item Number: 21672
  • Overall Grade: Premier

Regular Price: $12,495.00

Special Price $10,683.23

Availability: In stock

This item is in stock and ready for immediate shipment!



Description Of Taxidermy For Sale

This is a fantastic Reproduction African Nile Crocodile and Lesser Kudu taxidermy scene, featuring a half life-size crocodile lunging out of the water after a leaping lesser kudu. The kudu itself features an amazing set of horns that earn an SCI Gold Medal with a score of 75 0/8". This scene comes on a fabulous custom African Bubinga wood base with faux vegetation accents. All of this combined has helped this item earn our Premier™ overall quality rating. All applicable measurements and dimensions are provided to help ensure this item will fit within your intended space, as well as meet expectations regarding the items featured attribute sizes, scores, etc...

- Great for a floor, mezzanine, entryway, ledge, or shelf.

- This Lesser Kudu exceeds the Safari Club International Gold Medal trophy book score requirement.

About the Nile Crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus)

The Nile Crocodile is located throughout the Riverlands and swamp areas of sub-Saharan Africa and is the second-largest reptile species in the world (second only to the saltwater crocodile). Though the Nile Crocodile is equally if not more dangerous than its cousins, the Nile is also a very social creature, oftentimes sharing basking spots and large food resources with other crocodiles in its community. With the community comes a hierarchy, which is almost always determined by size and ferocity.

About the Lesser Kudu (Tragelaphus imberbis)

The Lesser Kudu is an antelope, native to East African forests and savannas. It stands upwards of four feet tall and males can weigh up to 200 lbs, while females can reach upwards of 150. These mammals are sexually dimorphic, meaning that they have phenotypic differences in their appearance. The males will grow spiral horns that typically range from 20-28in on mature males. They are typically grey or brown bodied with white barring down their lateral sides.

  • Exportation:


  • Depth:


  • Height:


  • Width:


  • Weight:

    200 lbs

  • Horn/Antler Length (L):

    30 7/8"

  • Horn/Antler Length (R):

    30 6/8"

  • Base Circumference (R):

    6 6/8"

  • Base Circumference (L):

    6 5/8"

  • Gross Score (Decimal):


  • SCI Score (Fractional):

    75 0/8"

This item ships FREE via Standard Delivery to the lower 48 states.

We use a variety of carriers, including USPS, FedEx, UPS & Spee-Dee Delivery, choosing each carrier based on the weight, dimensions and destination of your order.

We pack and ship all of our items with a dedication to safe and secure transit, and over 40 years of taxidermy-shipping experience, utilizing innovative new ways to pack your order (box or crate), ensuring it arrives to you in the exact same conditon that it left our store.

*Delivery to Alaska or Hawaii may incur an additional shipping surcharge based on the weight and dimension of the item purchased.

Each item we sell comes with its own Grade & Specifications Certificate (GSC)
Grading each item based on it's overall characteristics helps assist clients by taking the guess work out of choosing the right quality taxidermy piece to meet their needs. We assign grades to each item based on our 40+ years of experience in the taxidermy industry. From serious world class specimen collectors to first time buyers, we can help you find just the right item to meet your needs!

The Specifications of each item, including dimensions and unique characteristics, are recorded on each GSC Card. We include the Depth, Height, Width and Weight of every item when possible. We also include other features such as horn and antler length (when applicable) as well as any other key attributes and descriptions to better identify each items unique characteristics. Below is a sample GSC card. The Specifications and Grade information are provided in each listing.