Ryabok

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What is the animal Ryabok known for?

The animal rhebok, a species of antelope native to South Africa.
The specific name capreolus is Latin for 'little goat'.
The grey rhebok is known for its distinctive grey coat, its straight and sharp horns (only in males).
It is also known for its adaptation to montane habitats, where it can withstand cold temperatures and find food sources that are far from water.
The grey rhebok is a herbivore that feeds mainly on forbs and shrubs, but also grasses, flowers, seeds, and roots.
It can get most of its water from the food it eats, so it does not need to drink frequently.
The grey rhebok is listed as Near Threatened by the IUCN, due to habitat loss, overgrazing, hunting, and predation.

The grey rhebok has also inspired the name of the British-American sportswear company Reebok, which was founded by Joseph William Foster in 1958.
He found the name in a US dictionary and liked the sound of it.
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