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White Springbok - Species Detail
Antidorcas marsupialis marsupialis
DESCRIPTION The white springbok is not a subspecies, but a color phase of the South African springbok that was developed by selective breeding. It is all white except for the dark facial stripes and very dark eyelashes. For some reason, its horns are smaller than those of normally colored or black springboks.
DISTRIBUTION Private ranches in South Africa.
PLEASE NOTE As they are a selective breed, white springboks come in various degrees of whiteness. The Record Book accepts only those animals that are judged sufficiently white.
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