Recent Examples of gazelle from the Web
There are ways for a 6’10’’ player who moves like a gazelle to get open.
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.
The analysis also reveals that such gazelles are found in unexpected places.
Sounds like a perfect fit for a free agent quarterback who not only throws the ball with some accuracy but can also run like a gazelle.
The company has even created a wildlife sanctuary on the land, with desert gazelle, ostrich, and oryx.
One of my most memorable sightings involved a solitary male lion that sauntered out of the vegetation and into a crowded watering hole full of gazelles.
The structure’s two long converging walls would funnel stampedes of gazelles into the body of the kite, where they would be slaughtered.
Monkeys escaped from research facilities, Miami MetroZoo lost all of its birds when its aviary tumbled, and Floridians still tell tales of the llamas, vipers, cougars, gazelles and exotic animals that sprung loose.
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