SOUTH AFRICAN SPRINGBOK
Antidorcas marsupialis marsupialis
Distribution: South Africa, south of the Orange River and east of the Vaal River north to the Limpopo River via the Mooirivier, Sterstroom, Gwaithe, and Krokodilrivier.
Description: The South African springbok is up to 25 percent smaller than other springboks and has shorter horns, but is otherwise similar. It is a rich chestnut brown in color, the flank band is a deep brown and the facial stripes are thin and not dark.
CITES: Not listed.