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Pronghorn: Antilocapridae

Physical Characteristics, Habitat, Diet, Behavior And Reproduction, Pronghorn And PeopleGEOGRAPHIC RANGE, CONSERVATION STATUS

Found in western North America.

Pronghorn are not threatened.



Byers, John A. Built for Speed: A Year in the Life of Pronghorn. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2003.

Frisch, Aaron. Pronghorn Antelope. North Mankato, MN: Smart Apple Media, 2002.

Nowak, Ronald M. "Pronghorn." Walker's Mammals of the World Online 5.1. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. http://www.press.jhu.edu/books/walkers_mammals_of_the_world/artiodactyla/artiodactyla.antilocapridae.antilocapra.html (accessed on July 8, 2004).

O'Gara, Bart, Jim D. Yoakum, and Richard E. McCabe. Pronghorn: Ecology and Management. Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado, 2004.


Gerhardt, Gary. "Unique Pronghorn are a Sight to Behold; Speedy Animals Often Overlooked in Wildlife." Rocky Mountain News (May 1, 2004).

Tabor, Thomas C. "The Pronghorn: Back from the Edge of Oblivion." Countryside & Small Stock Journal (May 1, 2004).

Web sites:

"The Pronghorn." Desert USA. http://www.desertusa.com/mag99/may/papr/pronghorn.html (accessed on July 8, 2004).

"Pronghorn." Great Plains Nature Center. http://www.gpnc.org/pronghor.htm (accessed on July 8, 2004).

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