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This species of rodent can be found in North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa.
These type of sheep are usually found in mountainous areas.
This medium-sized antelope is native to the Arabian Peninsula.
This type of sheep has an average lifespan of 18 years.
Axis deer, also known as chital, have white tails.
Barasingha, sometimes referred to as swamp deer, typically have up to 14 antler tines.
This species of antelope can be found in East Africa.
This type of antelope is found primarily in India, Nepal and Pakistan.
This animal is an herbivore.
This type of antelope, found in South Africa, is identified by its white face.
This quail, also referred to as a northern bobwhite, is a ground-dwelling bird found in parts of Mexico, the Caribbean and the United States.
This herbivorous antelope is a mostly nocturnal animal.
This game bird, in the pheasant family, has black and white lines on its wings.
This species of gazelle appears on the Niger national football team badge.
An eland is a large antelope typically found in the African savanna.
This animal is the second-largest living bird after the ostrich.
This type of deer can run at speeds up to 30 mph.
Both male and female animals of this species have horns.
This large antelope is on the coat of arms of Namibia.
The lifespan of a nilgai is approximately 10 years.
This type of goat has been reintroduced in parts of Argentina, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States.
This animal, found primarily in Zambia, is labeled as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List of Threatened Species.
The horns from these types of antelope are used as a musical instrument in many different cultures including a shofar in Jewish ceremonies.
This type of goat is the national animal of Pakistan.
This desert-dwelling goat is usually found in mountainous areas.
These spiral-horned antelopes are herbivores.
Ostriches lay the largest eggs of any living bird.
Pere David’s Deer
Although this animal is extinct in the wild, Pere David’s deer were reintroduced in some areas in 1985.
This type of antelope is usually found in marshy areas.
This cattle is easily identifiable by its long horns.
This brownish-gray bird was mentioned in the Stevie Nicks song, “Edge of Seventeen.”