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Monday, September 19, 2011

Pronghorn



Beauty Of Animal | Pronghorn | Ages of animate (Antilocapra Americana) is a type of mammal artiodactyl endemic in West and Central Interior of North America. If not antelope, often known colloquially in North America, where Pak slot, antelope animate the centuries, or simply antelope,because they resemble antelope real old world and one theory is that it fills the position similar ecological view of the evolution of converged.is the only one who survived Antilocapridae family.

 
 

During the ice age, 12 antilocaprid species found in North America.about five present when humans entered North America [citation needed] 13,000 years ago, but now every thousand Americana extinct.Adult male is 1.3 to 1.5 meters (4 ft 3 in 10-4 feet in) for a long time from nose to tail, standing 81-104 cm (32-41 in) high at the shoulder and weighs 36-70 kg (79-150 lb). Females are the same heights but weigh kilograms and males 41-50 (90-110 lbs). Feet and only two of the hooves, with no dewclaws.

 

Body temperature is 38 degrees Celsius (100 degrees Fahrenheit) and consists of all the "century" of women with the centuries of the blade, slender flattened horizontally from the bones, which grow from the frontal bones of the skull, forming the nucleus of a permanent. Giraffidae as in the nuclei and the skin covering the bone, but in women with the centuries to become a keratinous sheath which is shed and regrown on an annual basis. Unlike the centuries the family Bovidae, and branched out in the sheaths of a century of women with the centuries, each sheath having to fork forward, pointing out (hence the name of women with horns). Are well developed centuries of male.

 
 

 Scientific classification e
Kingdom:     Animalia
Phylum:     Chordata
Class:     Mammalia
Order:     Artiodactyla
Suborder:     Ruminantia
Infraorder:     Pecora
Family:     Antilocapridae
Gray, 1866
Genus:     Antilocapra
Species:     A. americana

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