Addax have broad, flat hooves with flat soles that help prevent them from sinking into the desert sand. In the winter, the coats are dark grayish-brown, and in the summer they become white. In warm weather, they dig deep depressions in the sand where they rest; their preference is underneath boulders that give shade and protection from the hot desert sun and wind.
Number of Young:
Male & Female
Native to: Chad, Mauritania, and Niger
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