The Gazelle is a very fast animal that is typically found in the very dry regions. Some of them have been found moving at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour for short periods of time. They are related to the antelope and have many of the same characteristics.
The Gazelle lives in large herds to help them reduce the risk of problems with predators. They consume grass, leaves, and shrubs. They prefer foods that are simple for their bodies to digest. The Gazelle may be up to 28 inches tall and weight from 77 to 121 pounds. They typically can live about 12 years in the wild.
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