A dik-dik, pronounced “dĭk’ dĭk”, and named for the sound it makes when alarmed, is a small antelope of the Genus Madoqua that lives in the bush of southern and eastern Africa and Southeast Asia. Dik-diks stand 30–40 cm at the shoulder and weigh 3–6 kg, making them the smallest of the ruminant suborder. They have an elongated snout and a soft coat that is grey or brownish above and white below. The hair on the crown forms an upright tuft that sometimes partially conceals the short, ringed horns of the male.
The Dik-dik is one of South Africa’s smallest antelope. The Suni is the smallest. I haven’t seen both in their natural environment, I think they are too small! On the links you can read more about these two small animals!
Read HERE more about the Dik-dik.
On the last picture you can see the Suni, the other two are the Dik-dik.