An antelope has four legs. They typically travel in herds, mainly made of ten to twenty antelopes. The antelope is actually a class of miscellaneous animals that are related to sheep and goats. Despite this, they are more closely related to deer - hence their antlers. There are forty-one species of antelope, most of them native to Africa. The impala, like the Chevy car, is often put into the classification of antelope, as an example.
In general, antelopes aren’t native to Antarctica. There are species native to India, North America, and other places. As stated earlier, the majority of antelope species are native to Africa. Any species that lives in a plains area will often have to take a long migration, often to find the best source of food for that moment.