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There will be a mix of nature walks and game drives in safari vehicles and, depending on the location, wildlife viewed may include tigers, leopards, sloth bears, mongoose, various antelope and a wealth of birds.
On land, countershading is a common trick among animals that need to hide from predators, like deer, antelope, and wild horses.
There are populations of wolves, black and grizzly bears, deer, elk and pronghorn antelope ranging freely, some crossing from nearby Yellowstone Park.
Soldiers shot lions for sport, killed wild dogs as vermin, and hunted antelopes and buffalo for food.
Your options include such zoo regulars as cheetahs, elephants and zebras, along with the more exotic dik-diks (a small antelope), guinea fowls and velvet monkeys.
That, the report noted, would threaten the migratory paths of the antelope the designation is meant to protect.
Pitmasters compete in one of 10 categories – from best whole hog to best ribs to best exotics (think antelope).
The Jackalope combines antelope rabbit and pork sausage, huckleberry compote, sriracha aioli and cheddar.
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Origin and Etymology of antelope
First Known Use: 1607See Words from the same year
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Definition of antelope for English Language Learners
: an animal in Africa and Asia that looks like a deer, has horns pointing up and back, and runs very fast
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