Antelopes | Antilopinae 

Antelopes | Antilopinae 

Description
Description

Antelopes, classified under the Antilopinae subfamily, are diverse, hoofed mammals primarily native to Africa, with some species in Asia. They are not a taxonomically defined group but rather a term for many even-toed ungulates that aren't bovines, caprids, or giraffes. Ranging from the tiny dik-dik to the majestic eland, antelopes occupy varied habitats, including savannas, forests, deserts, and mountains. Evolving millions of years ago, antelopes adapted to their environments with remarkable traits, like the gazelle's speed or the kudu's jumping prowess. Their evolutionary history is intertwined with the African landscape, reflecting a rich tapestry of ecological niches and biodiversity.

Anatomy
Anatomy

Antelopes are graceful creatures with slender bodies, long legs, and hooves suited for their diverse habitats. Many sport elegant horns, which can be spiral, ridged, or lyre-shaped, used for defense and mating displays. Their muscular hindquarters enable swift, agile movement, allowing them to leap or sprint away from predators. Antelopes have keen senses—sharp eyesight for spotting danger from afar, acute hearing to detect subtle sounds, and a strong sense of smell for locating food and recognizing social cues. While generally quiet, they can make various sounds, from alarm barks to mating calls, to communicate with each other. Their physical attributes perfectly equip them for survival in the wild.

Human Interaction
Human Interaction

Humans have interacted with antelopes for millennia, primarily as a source of food and, in some cultures, as symbolic or spiritual animals. In African savannas, antelopes have been central to the livelihoods of local communities through hunting and, more recently, ecotourism. In pop culture, antelopes feature in various forms, from the graceful gazelles in nature documentaries to animated representations in movies like "The Lion King."

Conservation-wise, many antelope species face threats from habitat loss, hunting, and competition with livestock. Efforts to protect them include establishing wildlife reserves, enforcing anti-poaching laws, and promoting sustainable land management to preserve the diverse and vital antelope populations.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Which animals hunt antelope?

Antelopes are a favorite meal for many predators: lions, cheetahs, leopards, and even crocodiles. As a result, they must always be on the lookout for danger. Fortunately, they are blessed with quick long legs that make them agile and capable of leaping very high in the air to avoid predation. Antelopes can also whistle to warn others of attackers.

What do antelopes eat?

Antelopes love open savannahs, woodlands, and grasslands where there is plenty of grass, weed, and flowers to eat. Some species also browse bushes, leaves, shoots, and stems while others, especially the duikers, eat insects, small mammals, and birds. Antelopes living in desert areas must eat food with a good amount of water and minerals to help them survive the harsh environment.

What are male and female antelopes called?

Male and female antelopes can exist in groups, pairs, or just alone, like the duikers. For those species living in groups, like the impalas, females also called does form separate herds with their young, while males also known as bucks live in male or bachelor herds and have to fight other bucks for mating rights or controlling a female herd.

Addax
329400
35.4”-39.4” | 90-100 cm
12.6”-14.2” | 32-36 cm
45.3”-51.2” | 115-130 cm
132-298 lb | 60-135 kg
19-25 years
Addax
100.000
36.000
130.000
135.000
25.00
329400
GUIDE
3D
Addax
30.3”-41.3” | 77-105 cm
7.5”-10.2” | 19-26 cm
31.5”-43.3” | 80-110 cm
35-66 lb | 16-30 kg
8-15 years
Arabian Gazelle
105.000
26.000
110.000
30.000
15.00
2900
GUIDE
3D
Arabian Gazelle
43.3”-66.9” | 110-170 cm
13.4”-21.3” | 34-54 cm
59”-92.5” | 150-235 cm
143-165 lb | 65-75 kg
15-21 years
Arabian Oryx
170.000
54.000
235.000
75.000
21.00
15450
GUIDE
3D
Arabian Oryx
Beira
16040
27.6”-35.4” | 70-90 cm
7.1”-9.1” | 18-23 cm
31.5”-39.4” | 80-100 cm
20-31 lb | 9-14 kg
10-14 years
Beira
90.000
23.000
100.000
14.000
14.00
16040
GUIDE
3D
Beira
55.1”-70.9” | 140-180 cm
17.3”-22” | 44-56 cm
66.9”-86.6” | 170-220 cm
243-375 lb | 110-170 kg
15-22 years
Black Wildebeest
180.000
56.000
220.000
170.000
22.00
5100
GUIDE
3D
Black Wildebeest
34.6”-44.9” | 88-114 cm
9.4”-12.2” | 24-31 cm
39.4”-51.2” | 100-130 cm
68-126 lb | 31-57 kg
10-24 years
Blackbuck
114.000
31.000
130.000
57.000
24.00
58200
GUIDE
3D
Blackbuck
15”-22.8” | 38-58 cm
5.5”-8.3” | 14-21 cm
21.7”-31.5” | 55-80 cm
8.8-20 lb | 4-9 kg
10-16 years
Blue Duiker
58.000
21.000
80.000
9.000
16.00
2560
GUIDE
3D
Blue Duiker
49.2”-76.8” | 125-195 cm
15.75”-26.4” | 40-67 cm
59”-94.5” | 150-240 cm
265-639 lb | 120-290 kg
15-24 years
Blue Wildebeest
195.000
67.000
240.000
290.000
24.00
9800
GUIDE
3D
Blue Wildebeest
50”-61” | 127-155 cm
13.4”-15.75” | 34-40 cm
61”-94.5” | 155-190 cm
265-441 lb | 120-200 kg
15-22 years
Bluebuck
155.000
40.000
190.000
200.000
22.00
4150
GUIDE
3D
Bluebuck
40.2”-65” | 102-165 cm
13”-22” | 33-56 cm
51.2”-82.7” | 130-210 cm
121-342 lb | 55-155 kg
12-23 years
Bontebok
165.000
56.000
210.000
155.000
23.00
5350
GUIDE
3D
Bontebok
29.9”-39.4” | 76-100 cm
9.1”-11.4” | 23-29 cm
35.4”-47.2” | 90-120 cm
44-55 lb | 20-25 kg
12-15 years
Chinkara
100.000
29.000
120.000
25.000
15.00
20900
GUIDE
3D
Chinkara
24.8”-35.8” | 63-91 cm
6.3”-9.4” | 16-24 cm
31.5”-45.3” | 80-115 cm
33-55 lb | 15-25 kg
8-14 years
Common Duiker
91.000
24.000
115.000
25.000
14.00
1390
GUIDE
3D
Common Duiker
52.75”-81.9” | 134-208 cm
18.1”-26.4” | 46-67 cm
59”-90.6” | 150-230 cm
265-353 lb | 120-160 kg
10-15 years
Common Tsessebe
208.000
67.000
230.000
160.000
15.00
805
GUIDE
3D
Common Tsessebe
52”-60.6” | 132-154 cm
9.8”-11.4” | 25-29 cm
55.1”-65” | 140-165 cm
77-165 lb | 35-75 kg
12-19 years
Dama Gazelle
154.000
29.000
165.000
75.000
19.00
1750
GUIDE
3D
Dama Gazelle
28.7”-36.2” | 73-92 cm
7.1”-9.1” | 18-23 cm
35.4”-43.3” | 90-110 cm
31-44 lb | 14-20 kg
15-24 years
Dorcas Gazelle
92.000
23.000
110.000
20.000
24.00
3100
GUIDE
3D
Dorcas Gazelle
Gemsbok
33250
48.4”-64.6” | 123-164 cm
15.4”-19.3” | 39-49 cm
70.9”-94.5” | 180-240 cm
220-661 lb | 100-300 kg
18-24 years
Gemsbok
164.000
49.000
240.000
300.000
24.00
33250
GUIDE
3D
Gemsbok
Gerenuk
20250
52.4”-61.4” | 133-156 cm
10.6”-12.6” | 27-32 cm
55.1”-63” | 140-160 cm
66-110 lb | 30-50 kg
8-13 years
Gerenuk
156.000
32.000
160.000
50.000
13.00
20250
GUIDE
3D
Gerenuk
61.8”-89.4” | 157-227 cm
19.7”-27.6” | 50-70 cm
68.9”-98.4” | 175-250 cm
220-441 lb | 100-200 kg
11-20 years
Hartebeest
227.000
70.000
250.000
200.000
20.00
8700
GUIDE
3D
Hartebeest
Hirola
5250
39.4”-65.4” | 100-166 cm
9.8”-15.75” | 25-40 cm
47.2”-80.7” | 120-205 cm
154-254 lb | 70-115 kg
10-15 years
Hirola
166.000
40.000
205.000
115.000
15.00
5250
GUIDE
3D
Hirola
Impala
28450
41.7”-55.5” | 106-141 cm
8.7”-11.8” | 22-30 cm
47.2”-63” | 120-160 cm
88-168 lb | 40-76 kg
10-25 years
Impala
141.000
30.000
160.000
76.000
25.00
28450
GUIDE
3D
Impala
25.6”-39.4” | 65-100 cm
8.7”-13” | 22-33 cm
29.5”-45.3” | 75-115 cm
18-40 lb | 8-18 kg
12-18 years
Klipspringer
100.000
33.000
115.000
18.000
18.00
18080
GUIDE
3D
Klipspringer
Kob
49200
39.4”-57.9” | 100-147 cm
9.8”-14.6” | 25-37 cm
49.2”-70.9” | 125-180 cm
198-265 lb | 90-120 kg
17-22 years
Kob
147.000
37.000
180.000
120.000
22.00
49200
GUIDE
3D
Kob
Lechwe
4000
37.4”-51.2” | 95-130 cm
10.6”-15” | 27-38 cm
51.2”-70.9” | 130-180 cm
132-265 lb | 60-120 kg
15-25 years
Lechwe
130.000
38.000
180.000
120.000
25.00
4000
GUIDE
3D
Lechwe
33.5”-49.2” | 85-125 cm
9.8”-15.4” | 25-39 cm
39.4”-59” | 100-150 cm
44-86 lb | 20-39 kg
7-12 years
Mongolian Gazelle
125.000
39.000
150.000
39.000
12.00
1860
GUIDE
3D
Mongolian Gazelle
34.6”-46.5” | 88-118 cm
8.7”-11.4” | 22-29 cm
39.4”-53.5” | 100-136 cm
53-84 lb | 24-38 kg
10-15 years
Mountain Reedbuck
118.000
29.000
136.000
38.000
15.00
1330
GUIDE
3D
Mountain Reedbuck
Oribi
16070
31.5”-37” | 80-94 cm
8.3”-9.8” | 21-25 cm
36.2”-43.3” | 92-110 cm
26-49 lb | 12-22 kg
8-14 years
Oribi
94.000
25.000
110.000
22.000
14.00
16070
GUIDE
3D
Oribi
Puku
44020
41.7”-52.75” | 106-134 cm
11.8”-15” | 30-38 cm
49.6”-63” | 126-160 cm
132-170 lb | 60-77 kg
15-18 years
Puku
134.000
38.000
160.000
77.000
18.00
44020
GUIDE
3D
Puku
61.8”-77.6” | 157-197 cm
17.7”-24.8” | 45-63 cm
74.8”-94.5” | 190-240 cm
496-661 lb | 225-300 kg
17-26 years
Roan Antelope
197.000
63.000
240.000
300.000
26.00
5700
GUIDE
3D
Roan Antelope
59”-78” | 150-198 cm
19.7”-26” | 50-66 cm
74.8”-100.4” | 190-255 cm
485-529 lb | 220-240 kg
16-22 years
Sable Antelope
198.000
66.000
255.000
240.000
22.00
12200
GUIDE
3D
Sable Antelope
Saiga
35400
31.1”-41.3” | 79-105 cm
10.6”-14.2” | 27-36 cm
43.3”-57.5” | 110-146 cm
44-110 lb | 20-50 kg
6-12 years
Saiga
105.000
36.000
146.000
50.000
12.00
35400
GUIDE
3D
Saiga
44.1”-67.7” | 112-172 cm
14.2”-21.7” | 36-55 cm
59”-90.6” | 150-230 cm
198-463 lb | 90-210 kg
15-28 years
Scimitar Oryx
172.000
55.000
230.000
210.000
28.00
13200
GUIDE
3D
Scimitar Oryx
37”-46.1” | 94-117 cm
9.1”-11” | 23-28 cm
47.2”-59” | 120-150 cm
60-106 lb | 27-48 kg
7-19 years
Springbok
117.000
28.000
150.000
48.000
19.00
93350
GUIDE
3D
Springbok
23.6”-31.5” | 60-80 cm
5.9”-7.9” | 15-20 cm
27.6”-37.4” | 70-95 cm
15.4-35 lb | 7-16 kg
7-12 years
Steenbok
80.000
20.000
95.000
16.000
12.00
25200
GUIDE
3D
Steenbok
Suni
27005
17.7”-20.9” | 45-53 cm
5.1”-6.3” | 13-16 cm
21.7”-25.6” | 55-65 cm
8.8-13.2 lb | 4-6 kg
9-14 years
Suni
53.000
16.000
65.000
6.000
14.00
27005
GUIDE
3D
Suni
57.1”-74” | 145-188 cm
15.75”-21.3” | 40-54 cm
70.9”-92.5” | 180-235 cm
353-573 lb | 160-260 kg
11-30 years
Waterbuck
188.000
54.000
235.000
260.000
30.00
15150
GUIDE
3D
Waterbuck
22.4”-25.2” | 57-64 cm
7.1”-7.9” | 18-20 cm
33.5”-35.4” | 85-90 cm
33-51 lb | 15-23 kg
11-13 years
Zebra Duiker
64.000
20.000
90.000
23.000
13.00
790
GUIDE
3D
Zebra Duiker
Black Wildebeest (Connochaetes gnou)
Comparison illustration of the size of a Black Wildebeest to a typical person

The Black Wildebeest (Connochaetes gnou) is a fast runner and uses various visual and vocal methods to communicate. It is endemic to southern Africa, feeding mainly on grass. It is also called the white-tailed gnu, favoring areas of open plains and grasslands close to a water source. The coat is dark brown or black while its forelegs and underparts may have dark-colored hair. The horse-like tail is long and white. Both sexes have strong, forward curving horns, and females are slender and smaller than males. Males are also darker and have bushy, dark-tipped manes. Black wildebeest are migratory and herds can be composed of territorial bulls, females, or bachelors.

Black Wildebeests have a standing shoulder height between 41.7”-47.6” (106-121 cm), overall body length from 66.9”-86.6” (170-220 cm), standing height of roughly 55.1”-70.9” (140-180 cm), and a body width of 17.3”-22” (44-56 cm). The weight of a Black Wildebeest is between 243-375 lb (110-170 kg). Black Wildebeests have a typical lifespan of 15-22 years.

Series of side and front elevation illustrations of the Black Wildebeest
The Black Wildebeest (Connochaetes gnou) is a fast runner and uses various visual and vocal methods to communicate. It is endemic to southern Africa, feeding mainly on grass. It is also called the white-tailed gnu, favoring areas of open plains and grasslands close to a water source.

Black Wildebeests have a standing shoulder height between 41.7”-47.6” (106-121 cm), overall body length from 66.9”-86.6” (170-220 cm), standing height of roughly 55.1”-70.9” (140-180 cm), and a body width of 17.3”-22” (44-56 cm). The weight of a Black Wildebeest is between 243-375 lb (110-170 kg). Black Wildebeests have a typical lifespan of 15-22 years.

Series of side and front elevation illustrations of the Black Wildebeest
Black Wildebeest (Connochaetes gnou)
Height:
55.1”-70.9” | 140-180 cm
Width:
17.3”-22” | 44-56 cm
Length:
66.9”-86.6” | 170-220 cm
Depth:
Shoulder Height
41.7”-47.6” | 106-121 cm
Weight:
243-375 lb | 110-170 kg
Area:
Scientific Name
Connochaetes gnou
Lifespan
15-22 years

Drawings include:

Black Wildebeest side elevation, front, lying down

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Zebra Duiker (Cephalophus zebra)
Dimensioned comparison drawing of the Zebra Duiker compared to an average person

The unique zebra-like stripes on the gold or red-brown coats of the Zebra Duiker (Cephalophus zebra) make them easily identifiable in the area it is found. This is in counties such as Liberia, Ivory Coast, and Sierra Leone. The upper part of the legs have dark markings while the face is reddish brown. It prefers hilly forest habitats and some communities call it the striped-black duiker or banded duiker. The body is short and muscular. The limbs are short as well. It also has a pair of short, rounded horns. It is a solitary animal that prefers to browse on fruits, leaves, and stems.

Zebra Duikers have a standing shoulder height between 15.75”-19.7” (40-50 cm), overall body length from 33.5”-35.4” (85-90 cm), standing height of roughly 22.4”-25.2” (57-64 cm), and a body width of 7.1”-7.9” (18-20 cm). The weight of a Zebra Duiker is between 33-51 lb (15-23 kg). Zebra Duikers have a typical lifespan of 11-13 years.

Set of standing side and front elevation drawings of the Zebra Duiker
The unique zebra-like stripes on the gold or red-brown coats of the Zebra Duiker (Cephalophus zebra) make them easily identifiable in the area it is found. This is in counties such as Liberia, Ivory Coast, and Sierra Leone. The upper part of the legs have dark markings while the face is reddish.

Zebra Duikers have a standing shoulder height between 15.75”-19.7” (40-50 cm), overall body length from 33.5”-35.4” (85-90 cm), standing height of roughly 22.4”-25.2” (57-64 cm), and a body width of 7.1”-7.9” (18-20 cm). The weight of a Zebra Duiker is between 33-51 lb (15-23 kg). Zebra Duikers have a typical lifespan of 11-13 years.

Set of standing side and front elevation drawings of the Zebra Duiker
Zebra Duiker (Cephalophus zebra)
Height:
22.4”-25.2” | 57-64 cm
Width:
7.1”-7.9” | 18-20 cm
Length:
33.5”-35.4” | 85-90 cm
Depth:
Shoulder Height
15.75”-19.7” | 40-50 cm
Weight:
33-51 lb | 15-23 kg
Area:
Scientific Name
Cephalophus zebra
Lifespan
11-13 years

Drawings include:

Zebra Duiker side elevation, front, back, lying down

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Mountain Reedbuck (Redunca fulvorufula)
Scale illustration of an average Mountain Reedbuck compared to a human

There are three geographical areas where you can find the Mountain Reedbuck (Redunca fulvorufula) in sub-Saharan Africa. That is in the Eastern Cape Province, East Africa, and West Africa. It prefers hilly broken terrains but with abundant grass. The coat is grayish-brown but white on the underside. Besides, the head and shoulder are reddish brown and the tail is bushy. This grazer prefers areas with an abundant water supply. Males have short slightly forward-curved horns and also control herds of several females and their young, while bachelor herds are composed of adolescent males. The mountain reedbuck is diurnal and uses shrill whistles, scents, and visual displays for communication.

Mountain Reedbucks have a standing shoulder height between 25.6”-35.4” (65-90 cm), overall body length from 39.4”-53.5” (100-136 cm), standing height of roughly 34.6”-46.5” (88-118 cm), and a body width of 8.7”-11.4” (22-29 cm). The weight of a Mountain Reedbuck is between 53-84 lb (24-38 kg). Mountain Reedbucks have a typical lifespan of 10-15 years.

Collection of scaled drawings of Mountain Reedbuck in various poses
There are three geographical areas where you can find the Mountain Reedbuck (Redunca fulvorufula) in sub-Saharan Africa. That is in the Eastern Cape Province, East Africa, and West Africa. It prefers hilly broken terrains but with abundant grass. The coat is grayish-brown but white on the underside.

Mountain Reedbucks have a standing shoulder height between 25.6”-35.4” (65-90 cm), overall body length from 39.4”-53.5” (100-136 cm), standing height of roughly 34.6”-46.5” (88-118 cm), and a body width of 8.7”-11.4” (22-29 cm). The weight of a Mountain Reedbuck is between 53-84 lb (24-38 kg). Mountain Reedbucks have a typical lifespan of 10-15 years.

Collection of scaled drawings of Mountain Reedbuck in various poses
Mountain Reedbuck (Redunca fulvorufula)
Height:
34.6”-46.5” | 88-118 cm
Width:
8.7”-11.4” | 22-29 cm
Length:
39.4”-53.5” | 100-136 cm
Depth:
Shoulder Height
25.6”-35.4” | 65-90 cm
Weight:
53-84 lb | 24-38 kg
Area:
Scientific Name
Redunca fulvorufula
Lifespan
10-15 years

Drawings include:

Mountain Reedbuck side elevation, front, back, lying down

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Blue Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus)
Scale illustration of an average Blue Wildebeest compared to a human

You can see the Blue Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) in most countries south of the Sahara, such as Kenya, Tanzania, Namibia, and even Zimbabwe. These are in open woodlands, savannah, and plains. It is also called common wildebeest, brindled gnu, white-bearded gnu, or white-bearded wildebeest. It is relatively large and a fast runner feeding primarily on grass. The front part has a heavy appearance because of the broad shoulders and robust muzzle. Adults have bluish-gray, light-gray, or grayish-brown coats while juveniles have tawny brown coats. Males and females have large curved horns. These territorial and gregarious animals use vocal, visual, and scent glands to communicate.

Blue Wildebeests have a standing shoulder height between 45.3”-57.1” | 115-145 cm, overall body length from 59”-94.5” | 150-240 cm, standing height of roughly 49.2”-76.8” | 125-195 cm, and a body width of 15.75”-26.4” | 40-67 cm. The weight of a Blue Wildebeest is between 265-639 lb | 120-290 kg. Blue Wildebeests have a typical lifespan of 15-24 years.

Collection of scaled drawings of Blue Wildebeest in various poses
You can see the Blue Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) in most countries south of the Sahara, such as Kenya, Tanzania, Namibia, and even Zimbabwe. These are in open woodlands, savannah, and plains. It is also called common wildebeest, brindled gnu, white-bearded gnu, or white-bearded wildebeest.

Blue Wildebeests have a standing shoulder height between 45.3”-57.1” | 115-145 cm, overall body length from 59”-94.5” | 150-240 cm, standing height of roughly 49.2”-76.8” | 125-195 cm, and a body width of 15.75”-26.4” | 40-67 cm. The weight of a Blue Wildebeest is between 265-639 lb | 120-290 kg. Blue Wildebeests have a typical lifespan of 15-24 years.

Collection of scaled drawings of Blue Wildebeest in various poses
Blue Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus)
Height:
49.2”-76.8” | 125-195 cm
Width:
15.75”-26.4” | 40-67 cm
Length:
59”-94.5” | 150-240 cm
Depth:
Shoulder Height
45.3”-57.1” | 115-145 cm
Weight:
265-639 lb | 120-290 kg
Area:
Scientific Name
Connochaetes taurinus
Lifespan
15-24 years

Drawings include:

Blue Wildebeest side elevation, front, back, lying down

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Saiga (Saiga tatarica)
Dimensioned comparison drawing of the Saiga compared to an average person

The Saiga (Saiga tatarica) is easy to identify from its huge head and nose hanging over its mouth. We can find this critically endangered antelope in Asia, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia. This is in dry steppes, grassy plains, and semi-desert environments. Males have long, waxy, colored horns. The saiga’s body is robust but with long, thin legs and a short tail. The coat color changes with the seasons. For example, during winter, it is thicker and longer; dark gray on the dorsal side and light brown-gray on the ventral side. During summer, the underside is paler, and the back is yellowish red. It is a grazer and polygamous.

Saigas have a standing shoulder height between 24”-31.5” (61-80 cm), overall body length from 43.3”-57.5” (110-146 cm), standing height of roughly 31.1”-41.3” (79-105 cm), and a body width of 10.6”-14.2” (27-36 cm). The weight of a Saiga is between 44-110 lb (20-50 kg). Saigas have a typical lifespan of 6-12 years.

Set of standing side and front elevation drawings of the Saiga
The Saiga (Saiga tatarica) is easy to identify from its huge head and nose hanging over its mouth. We can find this critically endangered antelope in Asia, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia. This is in dry steppes, grassy plains, and semi-desert environments. Males have long, waxy, colored horns.

Saigas have a standing shoulder height between 24”-31.5” (61-80 cm), overall body length from 43.3”-57.5” (110-146 cm), standing height of roughly 31.1”-41.3” (79-105 cm), and a body width of 10.6”-14.2” (27-36 cm). The weight of a Saiga is between 44-110 lb (20-50 kg). Saigas have a typical lifespan of 6-12 years.

Set of standing side and front elevation drawings of the Saiga
Saiga (Saiga tatarica)
Height:
31.1”-41.3” | 79-105 cm
Width:
10.6”-14.2” | 27-36 cm
Length:
43.3”-57.5” | 110-146 cm
Depth:
Shoulder Height
24”-31.5” | 61-80 cm
Weight:
44-110 lb | 20-50 kg
Area:
Scientific Name
Saiga tatarica
Lifespan
6-12 years

Drawings include:

Saiga side elevation, front, back, lying down

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