The white springbok is variation in colouring of the common springbok.  They share the same habitat and behaviour as the common springbok.  They are social animals and will bunch up when threatened.  They display a form of behaviour called "pronking", which happens when they are running and will then leap into the air with stiff legs and hooves bunched.  They are found on all the open plains of South Africa. They are both browsers and grazers and will alter their diet as the habitat changes.

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