Antelope Facts

Antelope is a common name applied for a diverse group of hollow mammal species from the same family as cattle, sheep and goats. About 100 species of antelopes live in Africa and Asia, including some of the fastest mammals and stylish shoes in the world, and some of the most endangered.

The size of the small Royal Antelope, is about 25 centimeters (10 inches) at the shoulder, the dynamics of the construction of a massive joint. Some of them are better known antelope, gazelles, wildebeests.

Antelope are very different in appearance and in their way of life. Some antelope, including some of the smaller species, cover the area, and disappear into the bushes when disturbed.

But the majority of them live in more open habitats, where they are based on speed and vigilance to avoid an attack. These kinds of skills can avoid a magnificent leap, predators, for example, by fences of 3 meters (10 feet) high and coverage to 10 meters (33 feet) of one jump.

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