Where do antelopes live?

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Antelopes live in a wide range of habitats but most of them reside in the African savannahs. There are also several species that prefer the forests and some like the saiga live in extremely cold environments. Other species like the Arabian Oryx live in the desert while the sitatunga prefers swampy areas.
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Antelope live in the savannahs, woodlands, marshes and deserts of Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Antelope refers to animals in the species Bovidae. Antelope are found in some area of the United States and also in Asia, Africa, and Europe.
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