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Blackbuck Antelope LimitedIndia
Blackbuck antelope single
Details
Lvl req. 21
Type India
Area Plains
Shop / Animal
Cost Coins2 225.000 / 225.000
Gain Veteran/ Blackbuck antelope single Coins2 2.050
Gain 09.2011/ Blackbuck antelope single Coins2 2.050
XP 205
Every 1 day, 1 hour
Breeding / Animal
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Cost Coins2 225.000/225.000
in 1 day, 9 hours
Instant Zoo bucks 15/15
Reward for completing a Family
Family XP 205
Family Gain Coins2 2.250
Crossbreeding / Animal
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Collections
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The Blackbuck Antelope is a part of the India themed collection.

Blackbuck antelope modal

The blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra) is an antelope species native to the Indian Subcontinent that has been classified as endangered by IUCN since 2003, as the blackbuck range has decreased sharply during the 20th century.

The blackbuck is the only living species of the genus Antilope. Its generic name stems from the Latin word antalopus, a horned animal. The species cervicapra is composed of the Latin words capra, she-goat and cervus, deer.

Males and females have distinctive coloration. Male blackbucks are dark brown, black, and white and have long, twisted horns, while females are fawn-coloured with no horns. Blackbucks closely resemble kobs. Body length: 100–150 cm (3.3–4.9 ft) Shoulder height: 60–85 cm (2.0–2.79 ft) Tail length: 10–17 cm (3.9–6.7 in) Weight: 25–35 kg (55–77 lb)

The horns of the blackbuck are ringed with one to four spiral turns, with rarely more than four turns; they can be as long as 79 cm (31 in). A trophy blackbuck is greater than 46 cm (18 in). In the male, the upper body is black (dark brown), and the belly and eye rings are white. The light-brown female is usually hornless.

Albinism in blackbuck is rare and caused by the lack of the pigment melanin. The animal looks fully white due to the lack of melanin in its skin. Wildlife experts say the biggest problem with these albinos is they are singled out by predators and hunted.
Source: wikipedia.org