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Be a little bit basic over at Banger's Sausage House and Beer Garden, where you'll be rewarded with wild game (like Texan antelope, boar, and rabbit) and 30 types of handmade sausage.
The animal skulls on the top shelf of the breakfront that is filled with wine glasses, along with the antelope heads hanging on the brick wall above the banquettes, should have signaled that the renowned Saison had changed.
Other animals that may be spotted along the attraction include antelopes, crocodiles, elephants, hyenas, lions, warthogs, zebras and flamingos.
Four cheetahs, the very definition of stealth, stalked a young antelope.
As such, the area is also home to one of China’s largest nature preserves, the Hoh Xil Nature Preserve, where wild yaks, white-lipped deer, antelope, and even bears roam for visitors to observe.
The goats were followed by gorillas and more goats (of a different variety) and moose and lions and sheep and a range of antelopes and on and on.
The forest next door is home to vulnerable species like musk deer, Asiatic black bears and antelope-like goats known as Amur gorals.
Their list included antelopes, giraffes, elephants, lions, cheetahs, zebras, baboons, gorillas, warthogs, hyenas, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses and gazelles.
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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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