coloring book antelope
Antelope coloring book
In addition to cattle, sheep, goats, deer, and giraffes, several species of antelopes and ruminants from the Old World are in the family Bovidae.The pronghorn of North America is colloquially referred to as an antelope, while in reality it is nothing of the sort.
A total of 91 species of bovids are known, most of which are native to Africa; however, there is still no consensus on whether tribes and subfamilies of the Bovidae family are classified.
Diki-diks, which live in forests with patchy resources, tend to be monogamous because a male can only be in such a large territory with so many females. Many species form very small herds of two to four females and one male in large forests.
Impalas are large antelopes that form large herds of females and breed alone, often by aggressively excluding males.