Addax, (Addax nasomaculatus), the most desert-adapted African antelopes. The addax’s most striking feature is its long spiral horns.

Aoudad Sheep

Aoudad sheep, also known as Barbary sheep, are rugged, desert-dwelling ungulates characterized by their impressive curved horns and adaptable nature

The Axis deer (Axis axis) is a deer species native to the Indian subcontinent. Also known as Chital, Cheetal, Spotted deer, Chital deer.


Barasingha (Rucervus duvaucelii) are herbivores native to the Indian subcontinent. It has striking branched antlers and is often found in wetland habitats

Bighorn sheep in Texas

Bighorn Sheep

Bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) are majestic mountain sheep famed for their massive, curved horns and ability to thrive in rugged terrains across North America.

Black Hawaiian Sheep

Black Hawaiian sheep are hardy domestic sheep that result from crossbreeding. They are often prized for their striking black fleece and adaptability to various climates.


Blesbok (Damaliscus pygargus phillipsi) is an antelope species native to South Africa. These animals are known for their distinctive spiral antlers, white face and forehead.


The bison, also known as the American buffalo, is a robust bovine native to North America. These animals are known for their imposing stature and shaggy coats


Bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus) is a forest-dwelling antelope of Central Africa, distinguished by their reddish-brown coat and spiraled horns.


Blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra) are antelope species native to the Indian subcontinent. This animal is known for its sleek black and white markings and spiraled horns in males.

Catalina Goat

Catalina goats are a domestic breed known for their characteristic feature i.e. their varied coat colors and impressive horns.

Dama Gazelle in Texas

Dama Gazelle

Dama gazelle (Nanger dama) are antelope species native to the Sahara Desert, Africa. They are known for their distinctive lyre-shaped horns.

Elk in Texas


Elk (Cervus canadensis) belongs to the North America and Eurasia region. The majestic cervids are known for their impressive antlers and large body size which makes it a worthy trophy for hunters.

Four horned jacob sheep in Texas

Four Horned Jacob Sheep

Four-horned Jacob sheep is a unique domestic breed known for their distinctive four-horned appearance and varied coat patterns, originating from the British Isles.

Fallow deer in Texas

Fallow Deer

Fallow deer (Dama dama) belong to Europe and Asia and are known for their striking coat patterns and palmate antlers in males.


Giraffes (Giraffa) are native to Africa, distinguished by their long necks, distinctive coat patterns, and ossicone-covered heads.

Grant Gazelle

Grant’s gazelle are species native to arid regions of Southern Africa. These antelope species are admired for their long, straight horns and distinctive facial markings.


Gemsbok (Oryx gazella) are sturdy desert-dwellers of Southern Africa. They have characteristic features like long, straight horns with distinctive facial markings.

Himalayan tahr in Texas

Himalayan Tahr

Himalayan Tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus) are hardy mountain-dwelling ungulates native to the Himalayas, India. They are known for their shaggy coats and impressive curved horns.

Hog Deer

Hog deer (Axis porcinus) are medium-sized deer species native to Southeast Asia, named for their habit of wallowing in mud, with distinctive antlers in males.

Impala in Texas


Impala (Aepyceros melampus) are agile antelope species native to Africa. Their characteristic feature is their lyre-shaped horns in males.

Ibex in Texas


Ibex are mountain goats spotted across Europe, Asia, and Africa. It has distinctive curved horns, inhabiting the rugged terrains.


Kudu (Tragelaphus sp.) is an African antelope with long, spiral horns and distinctive vertical stripes, found in savannah and woodland habitats.

The Whitetail Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is an iconic and widely distributed species native to North America, known for its distinctive features and significant ecological role.

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