Today's species is the last wide-ranging native mammal on the North American prairies. Collect all 22 species on our handy Collector’s Card.

 

Conservation Status: Least concern

  • Antilocapra americana
  • Mass (average): 40 to 60 kilograms
  • Height (average): 81 to 100 centimetres
  • Primary diet consists of grass, sage brush, and cacti
  • Main predators are coyote
  • Fawns are nearly odourless at birth; twins are more common than single birth
  • Lives in herds that change in size and composition depending on the season
  • Like other even-toed hoofed animals, chew cud—their own partially digested food