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Springbok

Antidorcas marsupialis

Named for its jumping ability, it can leap up to 13 ft. in the air displaying a white flap of skin on its back, a behavior called pronking in Afrikaans meaning “to show off”. Springbok travel in herds and can reproduce at any time of year.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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