45 Beautiful Pictures of African Animals with Horns

Animals with Horns

Kudu Africa Safaris
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Kudu is another type of antelope that has a rather stark appearance complete with horns. Though solitary fairly peaceful, kudu males may indulge in face-offs using their horns. In fact, sometimes the locking of horns is so convoluted, that it can result in the kudu not being able to disengage each other and dying of thirst or starvation.

Longhorn Cow
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Male Black Buck Antelope
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These are a species also called elk, it is an animal that is considered among the largest in the deer family. Their horns are unlike others of this species with a palm-like structure, which you can see in the males of the species

Curly Horns
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Red Deer
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Ridged Horns Oryx
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Saiga Antelope
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Small Antelope
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Texas Horned Lizard
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This is one of the amazing desert animals that is slightly shaped like a toad. The spines and the formation of growth on the skin helps prevent the loss of fluids in the lizard as this is very likely to happen in the dry heat of the desert.

Wild Bilberry Goat
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Horns in animals play a very interesting role as they looks more powerful than they are. You can say that it is a natural weapon in their body which helps them to tackle different difficult situations. Here you have seen the collection of pictures of animals with horns with a thrilling experience. If you have really liked our article, then please don’t forget to check out the other photography articles in our blog. It’s for sure you will be having more good experience next. stay subscribed and get latest updates about the posts.

When you look at Beautiful Pictures of African Animals with Horns you have to know that Mother Nature is more creative and innovative than any of us.