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Often called an antelope, the pronghorn is not really an antelope, but the sole descendent of an ancient deer-like family. The Pronghorn Is the fastest mammal on foot in the Western Hemisphere, capable of sprints up to 60 miles per hour. But our question tonight is...Pronghorn bucks have horns, but do does have horns and what is unique about the horns on an pronghorn? The answer, next up when KSL Outdoors powered by Ford returns.
Our question tonight is...Pronghorn bucks have horns, but do does have horns and what is unique about the horns on an pronghorn? And here's the answer... Both genders have horns although the buck horns are much larger than a doe horns. The pronghorn also carry the only forked horns in the world and the only horns that are shed annually.