There are more antelope in Africa than any other continent. Of the world’s 91 antelope species, most are native to Africa, and all belong to the family Bovidae. Here are a few of my favorites.
Many continents do not have native antelope: Europe, Australasia, Antarctica and the Americas.
What a beautiful, natural sight it is, then, to observe antelope grazing and leaping across Africa’s savannahs.
They vary tremendously in size.
Larger antelope include the kudu and waterbuck.
Antelope horns vary also. Unlike deer antlers, antelope horns grow continuously and are never shed.
The horns are used as weapons, especially when fighting among their own species.
Sometimes both genders of a species have horns, with the male horns often bigger; but there are variations. In kudus, only the…
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