Species

Black Buck

  • Origin: India, Nepal and Pakistan

  • Gestation: 167 Days

  • Conservation Status: Population Stable

  • Scientific Name: Antilope Cervicapra

  • Did you know? - They live in herds from 5 up to 50.

Blesbok

  • Origin: South Africa

  • Gestation: 240 Days

  • Conservation Status: Population Stable

  • Scientific Name: Damaliscus Pygargus Phillipsi

  • Did you know? - They were discovered in the 17th Century.

Bongo

  • Origin: Africa

  • Gestation: 285 Days

  • Conservation Status: Population Decreasing

  • Scientific Name: Tragelaphus Eurycerus

  • Did you know? - Bongos are one the largest forest antelope.

Dama Gazelle

  • Origin: Africa

  • Gestation: 6.5 Months

  • Conservation Status: Critically Endangered

  • Scientific Name: Nanger Dama 

  • Did you know? - They are considered one of the largest type of gazelle.

Fallow

  • Origin: Europe

  • Gestation: 230 Days

  • Conservation Status: Least Concern

  • Scientific Name: Dama Dama

  • Did you know? - They can run up to 30 mph.

Gemsbok

  • Origin: South Africa

  • Gestation: 270 Days

  • Conservation Status: Least Concern

  • Scientific Name: Oryx Gazella

  • Did you know? - Female trophies are sometimes more desirable than males.

Grant Gazelle

  • Origin: Africa

  • Gestation: 198 Days

  • Conservation Status: Least Threatened

  • Scientific Name: Nanger Granti

  • Did you know? - They sexually mature at 18 months.

Impala

  • Origin: Eastern and Southern Africa

  • Gestation: 6-7 Months

  • Conservation Status: Least Concern

  • Scientific Name: Aepyceros Melampus

  • Did you know? - The female will isolate from the herd for birth.

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Kudu

  • Origin: Eastern Africa

  • Gestation: 240 Days

  • Conservation Status: Low Risk

  • Scientific Name: Tragelaphus Strepsiceros

  • Did you know? - Greater Kudu are not territorial.

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Nubian Ibex

  • Origin: Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Yemen.

  • Gestation: 150 Days

  • Conservation Status: Vulnerable

  • Scientific Name: Capra Nubiana

  • Did you know? - Life span is around 17 Years.

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Nyala

  • Origin: Southern Africa

  • Gestation: 220 Days

  • Conservation Status: Least Concern

  • Scientific Name: Tragelaphus Angasii

  • Did you know? - They bread throughout the year but mainly in spring and autumn.

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Red Deer

  • Origin: Europe

  • Gestation: 240-262 Days

  • Conservation Status: Least Concern

  • Scientific Name: Cervus Elaphus

  • Did you know? - They are one of the largest deer species.

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Sable

  • Origin: East and Southern Africa

  • Gestation: 273 Days

  • Conservation Status: Least Concern

  • Scientific Name: Hippotragus Niger

  • Did you know? - Have been known to chew bones to collect minerals.

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Springbok

  • Origin: Southern Africa

  • Gestation: 5-6 Months

  • Conservation Status: Least Concern

  • Scientific Name: Antidorcas Marsupialis

  • Did you know? - Females are able to conceive at 6-7 months old.

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Wildebeest

  • Origin: Africa

  • Gestation: 250-260 Days

  • Conservation Status: Least Concern

  • Scientific Name: Connochaetes

  • Did you know? - They can listen in on other species alarm calls.

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Zebra

  • Origin: Africa

  • Gestation: 13 Months

  • Conservation Status: Population Stable

  • Scientific Name: Equus Quagga

  • Did you know? - They sleep standing up.