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  • Garret
    Garretabout 6 years ago

    Beautiful, what type of animal is it?

  • From what I’m told the Pronghorn is commonly referred to as an antelope, but is in reality it’s own separate species.

    You’d think it was from Africa, but this was taken in South Dakota.

    – Patrick Czaplewski

  • NatureGreeting Cards ©ccwri
    NatureGreeting...about 6 years ago

    nature at its finest.

  • Melissa  Hintz
    Melissa Hintzabout 6 years ago

    very nice photo! It is actually called the North American Pronghorn and they are not even in the antelope family They are located in the western united states and Wyoming can actually claim that the Pronghorn population is larger than the people population. :)

  • EchoNorth
    EchoNorthabout 6 years ago

    We have these in Alberta, Canada as well. Nice capture.

  • Lynda   McDonald
    Lynda McDonaldalmost 6 years ago

    oh, i didn’t see one on my trip, this is a beautiful animal, lovely capture

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtabout 5 years ago

    Great capture!! Please consider putting this into the new Even-Toed Undulated group.

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 4 years ago

    May 2, 2010

  • Sweet! Thanks for the freature. I’d hate to admit it but this photo was snapped out of my drivers side window on a gravel road. 10 feet away at most.

    – Patrick Czaplewski

  • Bryan D. Spellman
    Bryan D. Spellmanover 4 years ago

    Great portrait. Congrats on being featured.

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 4 years ago

    You are very welcome Patrick.

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