We say “antelope” but they are really Pronghorns. They don’t drop their horns as deer do their antlers. They have a core bone that discards and regrows its sheath yearly. The female has smaller, spiky, non-pronged horns.
See the prongs?
The little spikes.
They do run, up to fifty-five miles an hour.
You get the idea.
Antelope don’t jump fences. They crawl under. Here they are north of North Sterling State Park waiting for a chance at the “gate.” I have seen exactly one antelope hope a low fence.