Addax

addax white screwhorn antelope Sahara desert Africa Addax nasomaculatus IUCN critically endangered overhunting conservation captive breeding programs

addax white screwhorn antelope Sahara desert Africa Addax nasomaculatus IUCN critically endangered overhunting conservation captive breeding programs

 

Addax – the screwhorn antelope lives in the Sahara, its natural habitat are arid regions, semideserts and sandy and stony deserts. Formerly, the addax was widespread in a wast region of Africa, today there’s only one known self-sustaining population left due mainly to overhunting. It’s critically endangered since 2000.

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