The Springbok is a bovid native to portions of Southern Africa. Similar to gazelles in appearance, the springbok is the only member of its unique genus, Antidorcas. A highly gregarious species, they once lived in enormous herds called a "trek" or "trekbokken" and were commonly found in South Africa's spacious Highveld and Karoo regions. Today, springbok are mostly found on private farms, raches, and game reserves. When a springbok gets excited, especially after a rare rainfall, it is known to perform a special form of jumping dance called "pronking."
- Mandible not included
- Full Skull Length 42.5cm (16.7in)
- Full Skull Width 26.4cm (10.4in)
- Full Skull Height 22.5cm (8.9in)