What is another word for Family Antilocapridae?

Pronunciation: [fˈamɪli ˌantɪlˈə͡ʊkɐpɹˌɪdiː] (IPA)

Family Antilocapridae is a taxonomic family of herbivorous mammals that includes pronghorns, an animal native to North America. There are several synonyms for this family, including Antilocaprids, pronghorn antelopes, and prongbuck. These species are known for their distinctive appearance, with their long snouts and distinctive horns, which are not antlers as some people believe, since they do not shed them annually like deer. They are also known for their incredible speed, being able to run up to 60 miles per hour. With their herbivorous diet and ability to withstand hot and dry climates, Antilocaprids are an interesting and unique family of animals to study and observe in the wild.

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