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  1. Fozzy325

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    Which South African animal is that? It looks too big to be a gazelle
     
  2. LoneStarFlatLanders

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    It is actually blackbuck. From Wikipedia, "The blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra), also known as the Indian antelope, is an antelope found in India, Nepal and Pakistan." They have naturalized in this area. Ranchers originally brought them in as exotics for ag exemptions and they have since naturally colonized in the wild.
     
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  3. Fozzy325

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    Sweet. I wonder what the natural threat would be to them in the wild. I think they are to big for coyotes. What is the largest predator in the region. They could be doing more harm than good.
    They are beautiful
     
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    One of my favorite pictures my wife took. Ghost Lake BC 38831477_438958273257594_4774513545788260352_n.jpg
     
  5. Angus_76

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    Some pictures of my playground

    the Artzamendi (litteraly Bear's Mountain, in bask language), France

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    the "castil de tierra" in the Bardenas desert, Spain

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    Esterencuby in the Pyrenees, France

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    And Biarritz where i live, between ocean and mountains

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