The springbok (Antidorcas marsupialis) is a medium-sized brown and white antelope-gazelle of southwestern Africa. It is extremely fast and can reach speeds of 55 mph and can leap 13 feet through the air. The common name “springbok” comes from the Afrikaans and Dutch words spring = jump and bok = male antelope or goat. Springboks are slender, long-necked antelopes, with a total length of 59 to 77 inches and horns present in both sexes. Adults are between 28 and 35 inches tall at the shoulder, depending on weight and gender. They weigh between 66 and 97 lbs for the females and 73 and 106 lbs for the males.
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