What Eats an Antelope?

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Antelopes are herbivorous that feed on grass, stems and leaves. Majority of antelope species are from Africa, although some are found in Asia in different forests and in areas which have long grasses and receive rain regularly.
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Antelope eat grasses and leaves.
Antelopes are herbivores; thus, they mainly feed on plants. Antelopes that share a habitat generally eat different parts of plants or different plants; hence, they do not compete with each other for food. They are ruminants, meaning they are animals that chew cud.
Antelopes are plant eaters. They eat a variety of plants or certain parts of certain plants. Antelopes don't fight over food, like many animals do. You can find more information here: http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/antelopes.htm
Antelopes are strictly herbivorous. They will eat a lot of plants including lichens, shrubs, grasses and plants containing salt. Antelopes are eaten by several predators. You can find more information here: http://www.ultimateungulate.com/artiodactyla/saiga_tatarica.html
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