The pronghorn antelope is a creature that would fit in perfectly in the African savanna. They are native to North America’s plains and deserts though. I have seen them running across the badlands of New Mexico, playing around the high altitude plains of Wyoming, and grazing in Bryce Canyon National Park.

I spotted this pronghorn while driving through Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona. It was hanging out on this hill all alone which is strange since they are typically herding animals. It was exciting to see this animal and made my afternoon in Petrified Forest even better!

Thanks! – Josh

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