Information about the American Pronghorn or Antelope:
The American Pronghorn (also called the American Antelope or Pronghorn Antelope although it is actually not an antelope) is a herbivorous mammal native to the open grasslands, plains and deserts of the western part of North America. Pronghorns are known for their large migration patterns, which are the longest land migration (over 150 miles each way) in the continental United States. They are also the fastest land animal in all of North America with top speeds reaching nearly 60 miles an hour. While they cannot run as fast as the cheetah, they can maintain their speeds for a greater duration. Pronghorns have excellent eyesight and can spot predators from quite a distance. Unfortunately, the traditional migratory routes of the pronghorn have been disrupted by the greatly increased expansion of natural gas drilling.
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