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Antilocapra americana




            Familia Antilocapridae Gray, 1866 (Familie Gabelhornträger):

-          1 Art


            Genus Antilocapra Ord, 1818 (Gattung Gabelböcke):

-          1 Art


            Antilocapra americana (Ord, 1815) (Amerikanischer Gabelbock/American Pronghorn):

-          Bestand: nicht gefährdet

-          Verbreitung: Nordamerika





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