A large male blackbuck in early morning sunshine. Photographed in the open grasslands of Rajasthan. India’s Grasslands are home to some of its most endangered species, many of which are endemic. This important habitat now only exists in a handful of places in India and is sadly becoming increasingly scarce.

More About Blackbucks

The Indian antelope (Antilope cervicapra) or blackbuckis found in India, Nepal, and Pakistan, where they inhabit grasslands , lightly forested areas and semi desert. The blackbuck is the sole surviving member of the old world genus Antilope. Blackbucks can outrun any of India’s predators with their amazing speed and agility. A trait they evolved to cope with the now locally extinct asiatic cheetah.

You can find out more about Blackbucks here.


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