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Pronghorns, commonly called Antelope in the american west, are true "American natives, found nowhere else in the world. They have roamed the plains and deserts of North America for at least the last million years in substantially the same form. One can truly call this animal unique: he is the lone member of his family, Antilocapra americana, which literally means the "American goat-antelope." Written by Jim Pisarowicz from http://www.petandwildlife.com/pronghorn-...
Spotted on Sep 23, 2010
Submitted on Jun 3, 2011