The most impressive horns and antlers

The reindeer, also known as the caribou in North America, is a species of deer found in the Arctic tundra, northern Europe, Siberia, and North America.

Slender, graceful, and strikingly marked, springbok are a species of antelope found mainly in southern and southwestern Africa.

Mule deer:
A deer indigenous to western North America and among the most beloved and iconic wildlife of the American West, this species derives its name from its large ears.

Moose are the largest of all the deer species. Males are immediately recognizable by their huge antlers, which can spread 1.82 m (6 ft) from end to end.

The pronghorn is native to North America, and is the fastest hoofed animal on that continent.

Red hartebeest:
The most colorful of the hartebeest family, the red hartebeest also has one of the most appealing profiles in the animal kingdom.

Nubian ibex:
Few animal species can match the horny splendor of the Nubian ibex, a desert-dwelling goat species found in arid mountainous areas of northern and northeast Africa, and the Middle East.

the addax is recognized for its beautiful spiral horns found both on males and females.

Greater kudu:
The spiral horns of the male greater kudu, a species of antelope native to east and south Africa, are spectacular and can grow as long as 1.8 m, making two and a half graceful twists.

The blackbuck is an antelope native to India and Nepal. Males radiate a distinctly two-tone appearance, as if half of its inky black coat has been dipped in milk.

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