What is a pronghorns home called?
Who has four stomach chambers called the rumen the reticulum the omasum and the abomasum which allows them to redigest their cud?
Pronghorns are in fact, not antelope, though they are also known as Prong buck, Pronghorn antelope or just simply Antelope. They are native to North and Central America, living in the Western United states and in Mexico. They are the only surviving members of the family Antilocapridae. On The Border Mexico
Pronghorns are found in the western parts of Canada and the US down into Mexico. They range from southern Saskatchewan and Alberta in Canada ,east to southwestern Minnesota down through Texas, west to coastal Califoria and down to southern Mexico. There is a Mexican variety of pronghorn found only in Mexico.