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Since 2003, Garry Osthoff, a professor at the University of the Free State in South Africa, has gathered milk samples from animals including gorillas, lions and springbok.
Facial white dots, beaded jewelry, and South Africa's stunning springbok accessories also appeared in group selfies of people that came out to enjoy the film with their own Wakandan tribe.
Herds of kudu, impala, zebras and springbok cautiously tiptoed to quench their thirst, mindful of the predators in the bush.
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Origin and Etymology of springbok
First Known Use: 1776See Words from the same year
SPRINGBOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of springbok for English Language Learners
: a small, very fast deer that lives in Africa
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