Antilocapra americana

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Related to Antilocapra americana: Ovis canadensis, Lepus americanus
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Synonyms for Antilocapra americana

fleet antelope-like ruminant of western North American plains with small branched horns

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Liberacion inmediata versus comparacion con adaptacion de Antilocapra americana en Maderas del Carmen, Coahuila, Mexico.
When not pursuing Antilocapra americana, the author can be found at home in Drummond, Montana.
Captive populations of the endangered Antilocapra americana peninsularis in Baja California Sur and Antilocapra americana sonoriensis in southwest Arizona have also been established with the intention of eventually restoring desert pronghorn to historic habitats.
A goatlike animal often mistakenly called an antelope, the Sonoran pronghorn is one of five subspecies of Antilocapra americana, the only species in the Antilocapridae family.
In summer, on the Blacktail Plateau, a solitary buck often browses sagebrush right along the paved road, displaying the black 12- to 20-inch lyre-shaped horns with forward-jutting prongs that give Antilocapra americana its common name.
Consider the facts that favor antilocapra americana over elk and deer for first-timers m the West.
It's in that light we should celebrate the uniquely American antilocapra Americana, more commonly called the pronghorn antelope.