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The two RV Gypsies saw lots of wildlife
at Custer State Park
in South Dakota
(bison and pronghorns)
day 1 - August 30, 2016

a very big buffalo baby feeding time
lazy buffalo buffalo in the grass
lots of buffalo buffalo - bison
two bison feeding two bison feeding
buffalo in the street buffalo
lots of buffalo - bison buffalo - bison in the water near the playground
a big buffalo bison butts
buffalo in the field buffalo butt in the road
lots of buffalo - bison bison feeding

Below: PRONGHORNS - The pronghorn is a species of artiodactyl mammal indigenous to interior western and central North America. Though not an antelope, it is often known colloquially in North America as the American antelope, prong buck, pronghorn antelope, or simply antelope because it closely resembles the true antelopes of the Old World and fills a similar ecological niche due to parallel evolution.

It is the only surviving member of the family Antilocapridae. During the Pleistocene Period, about 12 antilocaprid species existed in North America. Three other genera existed when humans entered North America but are now extinct.

As a member of the superfamily Giraffoidea, the pronghorn's closest living relatives are the giraffes and okapi. The Giraffoidea are in turn members of the infraorder Pecora, making pronghorns more distant relatives of the Cervidae (deer) and Bovidae (cattle, goats, sheep, and antelopes), among others.


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go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesThe next day, the two RV Gypsies returned to Custer State Park and saw more wildlife.