The springbok is a bovid species native to southern Africa. Similar to gazelles in appearance, the springbok is the only member of its unique genus, Antidorcas. Male springbok are larger than females, but both sexes grow black horns that are straight at the base and then curve backward. When springbok get excited - especially after a rare rainfall - they are known to perform a special form of jumping dance called "pronking."
- One-of-a-kind real springbok skull
- Features that make this skull unique: Missing nasal turbinates / Missing teeth
- The horns are not removable
- Greatest Length 40.6 cm ( in.) / Greatest Width 19 cm ( in.)
- Skull Length 22.4 cm (8.8 in.)
- Skull Width 10 cm (3.9 in.)
- Skull Height 10 cm (3.9 in.)