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- Each fall, pronghorns migrate more than 100 miles to winter feeding grounds, just as they have for the past 6,000 years.
- Pronghorns can run at speeds close to 60 miles per hour, making them the fastest land animal in North America.
- Unlike other ungulates (hoofed animals), a pronghorn’s horns point backwards toward the rump.
- When pronghorns sense danger, they raise their white rump hairs as a warning signal to others in the herd.