|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra) is a species of antelope found mainly in India, but also in parts of Pakistan and Nepal. There are also introduced populations in various parts of the world including numerous ranches in Texas in the United States of America; free-ranging populations also exist in Argentina and in southern Australia|
The Scintific name is Antilope cervicapra.
It is often simply called Indian antelope though this term might also be used for other Antilopinae from the region.
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Nice shot of Blackbuck.These antelopes are becoming very rare.
Very few are left in central India. Thanks for sharing
great capture, I can almost imagine them running around, TFS Ori
anybody who sees this picture is certainly going to stop here for a while.
The blackbuck is so beautiful and here you have splendidly captured the action.