I’ve recently traveled to Arizona by car, and it was a fantastic road trip. Along the way, passing through Nevada, I discovered this animal:
Now, you might think antelopes are only found in Africa, but then you might remember the old song that goes:
Home, home on the range
Where the deer and the antelope play!
Why would they sing that if there weren’t any antelopes? I did a bit of research and found that in fact there is a creature that lives in the interior of North America called a pronghorn. Sometimes it is simply called an antelope, but here is where it gets weird, it is officially NOT an antelope. It’s only called so because it looks much like an antelope. So, what it is, I’m not really sure.
But they are very interesting creatures and I admire them for being able to survive in places like Nevada where there’s nothing to eat but very dry bits of grass and iHop pancakes. (Just kidding, I love iHop pancakes!)