Gemsbok are a desert dwelling antelope with brownish-grey coat; black tail, line along their lower flanks, and black and white facial and leg markings. Both genders have long, straight pointed horns.
Usually, grazers feeding on grasses in the early morning and late afternoons to avoid the midday heat. When food is scarce, they can also dig down to find roots and tubers.
Presently there are no major threats to the survival of Gemsbok and their populations are stable.
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