The blackbuck (Antilope Cervicapra) is an ungulate species of antelope native ot the Indian subcontinent that has been listed as Near Threatened on the IUCN Rest List since 2003, as its range has decrease sharply during the 20th Century. The native population is stable, with and estimated 50,000 individuals as of 2001. Blackbucks generally resemble gazelles found on the Arabian Peninsula. Blackbucks are slender with a head-to-body length of about 47 inches. They are about 29 to 33 inches high at the shoulder. Males are larger than females. Adult males range in weight from 75 to 99 lbs and females 68 to 86 lbs.
Horned/Antlered -- $100 per inch on longest horn
Culled or Broken Horned -- $50 per inch on the longest horn
Antlerless — $250