This type of hunting practiced by the bushmen of Africa was an eye opener to me. Basically the human hunter runs down his prey, in this case a Kudo, in the hot sun over the course of hours until the animal can no longer move due to sheer exhaustion. The man is able to outlast the animal because his anatomy is more efficient over a long distance. Running on two legs takes less energy than running on four, and not having fur the human can sweat from his whole body and cool down better. He is also able to carry water with him. This kind of hunting is believed to be used by our furthest ancestors before the development of long range projectile weapons. When I think how quickly I give up on a fish once it starts moving I am in awe of these hunters.