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Antelope saved from crocodiles by a hippopotamus, Kenya

Antelope Saved From Crocodiles By A Hippopotamus, Kenya

Antelope is a term referring to many even-toed ungulate species found all over the world in places such as Africa, Asia, and North America. The term refers to a ‘miscellaneous’ group within the family encompassing the old-world species which are not cattle, sheep, buffalo, bison, or goats. In some countries they are referred to as a "Gemma". A group of antelope is called a herd.
The pronghorn antelope of North America is not a member of the family Bovidae, but the family Antilocapridae and not a true antelope. No antelope species are native to the Americas. True antelope have horns which are unbranched and never shed, while Pronghorns have branching horns, and shed annually.

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Album name:Fauna & Flora
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Keywords:#antelope #saved #crocodiles #hippopotamus #kenya
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Date added:Sep 27, 2011
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