Pronghorn antelope range from western Canada, the US and into Mexico. Approximately 400 reside in Grand Teton National Park and another 400 live in Yellowstone National Park. They are a summer resident only, although some stay through the winter. They undertake the longest terrestrial migration of any animal in North America, traveling more than 100 miles south to the Pinedale, Wyoming area. Pronghorn bucks can weigh up to 125 pounds; females average 100 pounds. They are the fastest land animal in North America. They can sprint faster than 60 miles per hour. For more information, click here: http://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/nature/pronghorn.htm
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