RED-flanked duiker

Cephalophus rufilatus 

Height:Up to 15"
Weight:24–30 lbs
Geographic Distribution:Central and western Africa
Habitat:Wooded savannahs
Zoo Diet:Twigs, leaves, and flowers; fruits and vegetation dropped by foraging primates 
Status in the Wild:Least Concern
Location:Habitat Africa: The Forest

Red-flanked duikers have a wedge-shaped body with a narrow head and neck, traits that help them move easily through dense forest patches The duikers are most active at dusk just before dawn, and have keen vision and hearing.