Indian black buck
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Indian Black Buck with the common names like Haran, Krishna Jinka, Krishnasar, Krishna mirga, Kala Hiran, Sasin, Iralai Maan, and Kalveet is an antelope native to India.
This species with the zoological name Antilope cervicapra falls under the genus Antilope and is known to exist amongst other species of the same genus.
There are around 4 subspecies of Indian antelope existing around India. The classification is as below
The under parts of the body like chest and belly have white fur. It also has a white colored ring around the eyes, ears and chin. Initially, the male fawns have a light brown colored skin which later tan to dark color as they become 3 years old.
The young males are addressed as "Bucks"and the young females are called as "Does". They can be seen in herds with the count of 5 to 50 animals. They possess a very sharp eye sight.