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“The only kind of antilope found on this continent. It differs from all the other members of the tribe in several aspects, and especially in having prong or branch to the horns. The horns rise perpendicularly from the skull till within two or three inches of the points, where they curve suddenly backward and inward, forming a small hook like those of the chamois.” — S. G. Goodrich, 1885


deer, cattle


Mammals: O-Q


S. G. Goodrich, The Animal Kingdom Illustrated (New York: A. J. Johnson & Co., 1885) 544


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