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Addax Antelope Family

Posted by
B. Thomas (Arlington, Texas, United States) on 29 August 2019 in Animal & Insect.

Texas Safari Ranch
The addax, also known as the white antelope and the screwhorn antelope, is an antelope of the genus Addax, that lives in the Sahara desert. It is the most desert-adapted African antelope but was nearly exterminated in the wild in the last quarter of the 20th century by poaching from motorized vehicles. The addax’s most striking feature is its long spiral horns.

NIKON D5500 1/60 second F/5.3 ISO 5000 105 mm (35mm equiv.)

By Marie from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

What adorable family! j'adore!

29 Aug 2019 5:33am

jpla from St Barthélémy, France

Photo de famille

29 Aug 2019 5:53am

Ralf Kesper from Fröndenberg, Germany

Very pretty family.

29 Aug 2019 7:27am

Shaun from Massachusetts, United States

Just magnificent. A wonderful capture. 5*

29 Aug 2019 11:44am

Rose from Clinton, United States

Oh, my, those babies are adorable!

29 Aug 2019 12:07pm

Luca Bobbiesi from Milano, Italy

Congrats, great shot!

29 Aug 2019 2:03pm

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States


29 Aug 2019 2:22pm

Existence Artistique from Angers, France


29 Aug 2019 4:32pm

tataray from Charentes-Poitou, France

Jolie petite famille.

29 Aug 2019 5:08pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

A great family portrait captured here as they strike a pose and peer through your lens!! Thank you for the background info.

29 Aug 2019 6:06pm

Jerry from Aberdeen, United States

Very attractive animals and I appreciate you explaining them to us.

29 Aug 2019 10:33pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Gorgeous! The babies are so cute.

30 Aug 2019 12:09am

Elaine Hancock from Olney, United States

They are beautiful animals. The little ones are so cute! A wonderful image! Wonderful information.

30 Aug 2019 1:53am

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

precious little family

30 Aug 2019 2:14pm

1/60 second
ISO 5000
105 mm (35mm equiv.)