Elmer, read these and weep.........$mart A$$...

Submitted by cur on 1/11/05 at 12:26 PM. ( ) 4.226.57.97

While waiting for a mold to cure, I have some more dangerous free time on my hands. Figured I would spend it thinking up ways to trick clever Elmer....course the rest can play along too.

Elmer has already robbed me of one of my high dollar prints, a pair of mallards.....let's see if he can get the pair of wood ducks, too....or will someone else break up the set?

Gantry, Let's see how you handle these, $mart A$$!

1. I am a member of one of the Genera in the Family Bovidae. A forest dweller, I am most famous for being able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. One leap was measured at nearly ten meters, from a standing start over a bush nearly six feet tall. My mate and I are dichromic and males of my species often fight to the death and frequently lock horns during combat.

2. I am a diminutive antelope and unique in a number of ways. Very few antelope species live where I call home. How am I unique? Well first of all, I am the only member of my genus. Secondly I have a unique physical feature not shared by any other member of my Family.

3. I am the Jimmy Durante of antelope.<<<<<<GIMMIE!

4. My kind are one of the altitude record holders for antelopes......We get high on life. We have long horns and wooly fur.

5. Males of my species share a very common trait with whitetail deer. We are two species and neighbors of number four.

6. I am named for a sign of the Zodiac. Isle live where I care to. I have pre-orbitals like the duikers, a mane like the Sable and Rhone antelopes and a very bushy tail.

7. I am the Audrey Hepburn of our clan.<<<<<<<'Nuther GIMMIE.

8. We are another strange species of antelopes. We have a habit of spending time in caves, but we don't hang from the ceilings. We have beautiful fur but short horns. We blend in with our environment.....well most of the time.

9. Male and female of our species are decidedly dichromic. We have at least one trait in common with the white rhino. We have corkscrew horns and are very fond of a type of glove.......Who are we and, what are the gloves called?

10. My habitat and habits are very similar to the whitetail deer. In fact, most American hunters who see us are amazed at the similarities. Actually there is another species that makes the same impression on visiting hunters. Either species will be accepted as correct, but those of us from lands south of Impangani are the best choice.

OK, Mr. Elmer, I know it all, whiz kid, Gantry - and the rest of you head stuffers. Let's see how well you know your antelopes...

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here we go again

This response submitted by everybody loves to hate a gantry on 1/11/05 at 12:39 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.237

1: as i decipher it is a cow family member who's mate is a different color that lives in the woods and males sometimes lock horns and die....be back
cause it ain't a holstein...lol


OK $mart one

This response submitted by cur on 1/11/05 at 12:52 PM. ( ) 4.226.57.97

Remember that the Bovidae includes 49 Genera and 115 species......MOST of which ain't cows...or Palominos (Glen, notice how I snuck in that "P" word?)


1

This response submitted by gantry 1 on 1/11/05 at 12:52 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.237

1: I can't find a pic of the different sexes (2) of springbok so I am going to key on that jumper for answer 1.


3 Saiga

This response submitted by Gantry 3 on 1/11/05 at 12:59 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.237

Saiga


4 Tibetan antelope

This response submitted by gantry 4 on 1/11/05 at 1:04 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.237

least your talking bovidae, and not trying to trick Elmer with latin I bypass the Yak and go Tibetan antelope fer the answer


2 Chousingha and 10 Southern Reedbuck

This response submitted by daveP on 1/11/05 at 1:10 PM. ( ) 12.76.214.39

Gant beat me to the tibetan


Durn job, gotta get back to work

This response submitted by daveP on 1/11/05 at 1:15 PM. ( ) 12.76.214.39

I'll check back on the game tonight when i finish. Ya'll have fun!


8 chamois

This response submitted by gantry 8 on 1/11/05 at 1:31 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.237

if your don't call the Cragok an antelope my guess is the shammy


10 waterbuck

This response submitted by g-10 on 1/11/05 at 1:50 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.237

waterbuck


7

This response submitted by 7g on 1/11/05 at 2:23 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.85

7 impala, most filmed? hee hee


Here ya go

This response submitted by cur on 1/11/05 at 5:48 PM. ( ) 4.253.65.210

Saiga is correct.....Big chambered schnozzola......not nautilus....not a not a lisp....just a big snoot

Chousingha is correct.....what is so unusual about it?

Tibetian Antelope is also correct....

Remainder are wrong, but one is close......


Chousingha has 4 horns and lives in India.

This response submitted by daveP on 1/11/05 at 6:02 PM. ( ) 12.2.142.7

Back to work.


number 8 is perplexing

This response submitted by daveP on 1/11/05 at 8:23 PM. ( ) 12.2.142.7

Is it a live species or a painted antelope from the caves of Bhimbetka? Placed there by some distant painter from India's prehistory.


5 is the goitered gazelle

This response submitted by daveP on 1/11/05 at 8:34 PM. ( ) 12.2.142.7

Having a breeding season from November to January which matches the whitetail rut in my area. (Gazella subgutturosa)

Break is over, gotta get back on my head.


8 - 5

This response submitted by cur on 1/11/05 at 8:38 PM. ( ) 4.226.240.69

nope and nope


8 goral

This response submitted by Gantry on 1/11/05 at 9:45 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.217

the goral, I once read aout some guy hunting these shammy wannabes


5 Chinkara

This response submitted by Egads on 1/11/05 at 9:49 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.217

Chinkara nocturnal


Egads

This response submitted by cur on 1/11/05 at 9:58 PM. ( ) 4.226.240.69

5 and 8....nope


I was born a loser, you win

This response submitted by gantry on 1/11/05 at 10:16 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.225

#1 is impala, and I toss the towel to you cur


I am back

This response submitted by gan another try on 1/11/05 at 11:23 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.225

#2 blackbuck


Number 2

This response submitted by cur on 1/12/05 at 12:07 AM. ( ) 4.226.240.69

Is the Chousingha or four horned antelope......already guessed.


#5, #6, #8

This response submitted by Asher on 1/12/05 at 12:45 AM. ( asherdym@charter.net ) 68.116.62.142

#5 - Duiker ( Bush and Forest )

#6 - Capricorn

#8 - Klipspringer

#7 - Evelyn?


I read em and I am weeping you kicked my butt et al

This response submitted by Elmer on 1/12/05 at 1:29 PM. ( ) 68.156.127.113

lol


Here I go !

This response submitted by Bradlee on 1/12/05 at 4:31 PM. ( ) 12.215.49.73

1. Eland
2. Chousingha : has 4 horns Main pair just infront of the ears grow from 2 to 4.8 inches long . second pair grow at foremost of the forehead and are from 0.8 to 1.6 inches long . the secondary horns may fall off of older bucks and be represented by nudules of black hairless skin .
3. saiga
4. tibetan antelope " chiru " tibetan plateau region
5. procapra gutturosa : mongolian gazelle , zeren : neck swells during mating season in the males .
6. procapra przewalskii : lives on and around Qinghai Lake , largest saltwater lake with a charming and livley islet.
7. Evelyn : she is famous as we all know !
8. Japanese Serow : favorite resting places are : rocks , caves , under overhanging rocks or cliffs , and dense brush to stay hidden from predators .
9. Greater kudu : Klein grass : they are work gloves
10. Lesser kudu : woodland antelope that when startled raise their tails revealing a white underside like a whitetail deer does.

Bradlee


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