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What is the habitat of an antelope?

Habitat of the Antelope
Typically, especially in Africa, these habitats are savannahs and grassland plains. Some species live in forests or woodlands, others in deserts (both hot and cold), or in areas of rocky outcrops.

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Also to know is, where does the antelope live?

Antelope Facts. Antelopes are large and diverse group of animals of the cow family (Bovidae). They live in Africa, Asia, Middle East and North America. Antelopes can be found in grasslands, mountains, deserts and wetlands.

Likewise, what is a pronghorns habitat? Pronghorn Antelope Habitat The pronghorn is a species that occupies western and central North America. They live mainly in the grassland regions, but herds can also be found in the deserts. Pronghorns are herbivores and their diet consists of grass, vegetation, cacti, forbs, and shrubs.

Beside this, how are antelopes adapted to their habitat?

Addax antelopes have adaptations to help them survive in the desert, like splayed hooves to help them walk in the sand and the ability to get all the water they need from the grasses they eat.

What does an antelope eat?

Meals to go. Antelope are herbivores, with an odd exception: some duiker species have been known to kill and eat insects, small mammals, and birds. Otherwise, antelope tend to browse on bushes and smaller trees or graze on grass.

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