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The antelope is a hoofed mammal native to Asia and Africa. Antelopes live in a variety of habitats, including grasslands and forests. There are different species of antelope, and many differences exists between these species - for example, some congregate into large herds, while others are more solitary.

Most antelope species are herbivores, with the exception of the duikers species, which eats insects, birds, and small mammals.[1] Antelopes are hunted by lions, leopards, and wild dogs, among other animals.

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