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South African Springbok - Species Detail

AKA: Southern Springbok, Cape Springbok Gold: 37 4/8" Gold (Bow): 36 2/8"
Endangered: Silver: 34 1/8" Silver (Bow): 33 2/8"
Bronze: 30" Bronze (Bow): 27"
South African Springbok
Map Legend
Antidorcas marsupialis marsupialis

DESCRIPTION Due to a harsher environment and poorer nutrition in most of its range, the South African springbok is up to 25 percent smaller than other springboks and has shorter horns, but is otherwise similar.

DISTRIBUTION South Africa. Its natural distribution in recent times covered most of Cape Province, the Orange Free State, and the southern Transvaal. It was exterminated in many areas, but has been so widely reintroduced that its present range is not too dissimilar. It has also been introduced in parts of South Africa where it did not occur naturally. (For record keeping, we treat all populations as indigenous.)

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