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There's no running water or electricity—just you and the coyotes and antelopes.
Heat waves wind around his 6-foot, 160-pound frame and distort the herd of antelope beyond him.
Critics say that conditions would have to be so exact for a human to successfully run down a deer or antelope that it seems unlikely persistence hunting was a key part of our evolution.
After about 7 miles, the antelope decide they’ve had enough.
As Potts’ team has previously found, smaller animals with diverse diets, including antelopes and pigs, became prominent at Olorgesailie during the Middle Stone Age.
My spurs fairly lifted the dun horse, and we scuttled in the opposite direction like a scared antelope.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
A huge string game-bag was slung over his back, and in an antelope's horn or a crane's bill bullets were carried.
Several times she had startled antelope, and once her horse had shied at a rattlesnake coiled in the sunshine.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
There was not a human habitation in sight—only antelope and buffalo to vary the monotony of perfect solitude.
The lesser one remained flitting about the house, or to and fro between here and Antelope Butte.

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