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Black Springbok - Species Detail
Antidorcas marsupialis marsupialis
DESCRIPTION The black springbok is not a subspecies, but a chocolate brown color phase of the South African springbok that was developed by selective breeding. It is similar in other respects.
DISTRIBUTION Private ranches in South Africa. The original population came from the farm Skietkuil, near Hutchinson in Cape Province.
PLEASE NOTE As they are a selective breed, black springboks come in various degrees of blackness. The Record Book accepts only those animals that are judged sufficiently black.
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