Biggest of its Kind
The Mhorr gazelles are the largest of all true gazelles. Native to the Western Sahara, they are listed as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
Leaps and Bounds
Gazelles exhibit an odd behavior called "pronking." Which resembles a pogo stick-like movement with the animal bouncing along in a stiff-legged gait, and all four legs leave and return to the ground together. The “pronking” gait is said to give them a better view of predators and also confuse them.
Southern white rhinoceros