I know what you mean @Marcus Burkhardt, the chances of seeing an animal in the wild can be very slim with some species and unfortunately I think that the Jentinks happens to be one of those highly cryptic ungulates which are very hard to get sightings of in the wild. That said, I wouldn't give up with that goal of trying to see one. I think that it is worth a try and even if you didn't see a Jentinks then you may still stand a good chance of seeing many other fauna native to that particular region of Western Africa. I've just had a look at your site and through your portfolio of paintings and sketches and you are an excellent and very accomplished natural history artist. I particularly like your oil paintings of birds and especially of the spoonbill, the emperor penguins (love the way you've caught the light coming through the water) and the sketch of the shoebill. I also think that what you do in terms of the donation of money earned through your artwork to the IUCN Wild cattle group is very noble so I congratulate and admire you for doing this.