Addax - Addax nasomaculatus

The addax is gray-brown in winter and sandy to white in summer, with long, thin, spiral horns that slant back and upward. It stands about 1.1 m (3.5') at the shoulder and has large splayed hooves for walking in soft sand. It is the most desert-adapted of antelopes, being well adapted to heat, a diet of coarse grasses and the absence of water. It lives most of its life without drinking, deriving su.

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