antelope introduction

Antelope, a common name applied a diverse group of hollow horned mammal of the same family as cattle, goats and sheep. Approximately 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. In size from small antelope Royal, about 25 cm (10 inches) high at the shoulder, the dynamics of the massive construction joint. Some are better known antelopes, gazelles, wildebeest.
Antelopes are very different in their physical appearance and their lifestyle. Some antelopes, including some of the smaller species, to cover the surrounding area and disappears into the undergrowth when disturbed, but most live in a more open habitat in which they are based on the speed and vigilance to avoid attacks. The species can escape their skills to magnificent leap, predators, for example, over fences 3 m (10 ft) climb high, and coverage of 10 m (33 ft) single jump.
Unlike deer, which branches made of wood annually, antelope horns have been reported, that will remain throughout life. Antelope horns reach 1.5 meters (5 feet) long, they look great, but their value is limited as weapons. There are records of antelope impale (harpoon), and even kill large predators such as lions, but face danger antelope expire sooner.
Some antelopes are solitary but most live in herds. At the end of the year 1800 are herds of gazelles in South Africa sometimes more than 10 million animals that are spread over a distance of 160 km (100 miles) included. Although the herds are small and unbelievably today, the antelope still dominate life in the plains of Africa. They help the grass grow plants nibble of the competition, and food for predators and also for the people.

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