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Indian Gazelle widely known as Chinkara belongs to the kingdom, Animalia.
Gazelle is referred from the family Bovidae and its sub family Antilopinae. The scientific name is Gazelle Bennettii and gene being the Gazella. Mammalia being its class and order is Artiodactyla. Mostly the species is spread-out in the South Asian regions. It has its own known appearance and looks like almost a deer. The quick classification of Chinkara is as below,
The Indian Gazelles have these white shades in the borders of its muzzle. They have beautiful horns and usually its length ranges from 30 to 40 cms. The male Gazelles have even curved horns, usually they are smaller. Short legs and small in size are their own characteristics. Gazelles are nimble and beautiful that is one of the gifted species among the Wildlife animals.