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Springbok gazelle with a characteristic habit of leaping (pronking) when disturbed, forming large herds on arid plains in southern Africa.

Springbok gazelle (Bovidae family) w characteristic habit f leaping (pronking) when disturbed, forming large herds on arid plains in s Africa

"'The Rarest Antelope in Africa.' This is a Bontebok, a member of a species that represents possibly the greatest conservation project ever. In 1931, 84 survivors were moved into Bontebok National Park, in the Western Cape where this image was taken. There are now in excess of 2,000 in a variety of South African National Parks and private game farms." Photo by Ken Watkins, via 500px.

Bontebok In 1931 84 survivors were moved into Bontebok National Park, in the Western Cape where this image was taken. There are now in excess of in a variety of South African National Parks and private game farms.

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Springbok (Antidorcas marsupialis) small size Antelope, Gazelle found in Angola, Namibia and South Africa

Dorcas Gazelle Geoff Taylor 2014

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Dorcas Gazelle Photo'.

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theanimaleffect: Sable Antelope (Hippotragus niger) - Endangered, Kruger National Park, South Africa (photo by Arno & Louise Wildlife

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