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The majority of elk herds were also found and pronghorn antelope are now starting to come out of the woods and have been seen grazing, Stadler said.
The ranch has about 30 bongo, the African antelopes with a trophy fee of $35,000.
The slender antelopes froze in place and stared, and so did I. Surprisingly, the lion didn’t seem hungry.
More than 400 bird and 100 mammal species call it home, including an annual migration of 1.2 million gazelle and antelope that rivals the running wildebeest of the Serengeti.
Now, the fragile antelopes are doing something else en masse: dying.
According to the zoo, six African antelope suddenly became ill in October and died.
Bongo Baby's First Checkup! The bongo is the largest forest-dwelling antelope species on the planet, known for its chestnut- or orange-colored coat, long horns and distinctive vertical white stripes.
The park is home to 70 mammal species, from bush pigs and forest antelopes to red colobus monkeys and a dozen other species of primates.
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