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> Antelopes vary in this. Smaller antelopes with short straight horns (eg
> steenbok) do inflict serious injuries on each other; larger ones with more
> elaborate horns are more likely to engage in shoving matches.
> Ronald Orenstein
Just a quick point (ha ha ha) - I've probably said it before - Impala ('larger
ones with more elaborate horns') have been known to kill one another in fights
too. Have I ever mentioned the photos where a male impala kills another, and
then pushes the dead body off a cliff? Probably...
Here's a little test for you all: Why are bighorn sheep called bighorn sheep?
This is not a joke!
"Oh Mr. Crocodile, do you like codfish?"
- - Steve??