Antilocapra americana

NOUN
  1. fleet antelope-like ruminant of western North American plains with small branched horns
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How To Use Antilocapra americana In A Sentence

  • The only surviving species of the family is Antilocapra americana, the pronghorn antelope, which lives in western North America.
  • The relatively mild winter microclimate, coupled with an abundant food supply, provides critical winter range for native ungulates such as pronghorn Antilocapra americana, mule deer Odocoileus hemionus and white-tailed deer O. virginianus. Dinosaur Provincial Park, Canada
  • [Footnote 4: _Mazama americana_, similar to, but quite distinct from, the larger mule deer of British Columbia.] [Footnote 5: The prongbuck (_Antilocapra americana_) is not a true antelope, though in outward appearance it resembles a large gazelle. Pioneers in Canada
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