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A springbok is a slender antelope with long legs and neck. Both sexes reaches 71-86 cm. They are mammals. Their body length is between 120 and 150 cm. They are vert friendly animals! Both male and female has horns, the are herbivores.
The springbok prefers grass savanna, dry river beds and calcareous pans as their habitat in South Africa, avoiding tall grass. They tend to live in harsh and unpredictable areas.
-they can live for 10 years - female can calve twice a year. - when scared they will jump up to make themselves look bigger.
Spotted on Mar 22, 2020
Submitted on Mar 22, 2020