|Title: Pronghorn Antelope, Alternative Title: (Antilocapra americana), Creator: Leupold, James C. Source: WO2658-023, Publisher: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Contributor: DIVISION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS.|
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The pronghorn has exceptionally keen vision complemented by excellent hearing and sense of smell.
Both sexes have horns, but the female's are only tiny spikes and are rarely pronged as are the twelve to eighteen-inch horns of the male. The horn is made up of two parts: a bony core covered by a black outer sheath. This sheath is made up of a stiff, hair-like substance. Pronghorns are the only animals in the world who shed their horns annually. The outer sheath of the horn falls off each fall and grows back by the following summer. Pronghorn
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