The copper springbok is a colour variation of the common springbok.  This makes it more sought after as a trophy.  Both sexes have horns, with those of the males being longer and heavier.  They are social creatures and form quite large herds. They will drink water when it is available, but can obtain sufficient moisture from the vegetation they eat, making them well adapted to the more arid regions.

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