Most Americans call these antelope. I know we do. That’s not what they are, though, and it would be more accurate to call them “pronghorns.” Although Antilocapra americana evolved under the same conditions as Old World antelope and (except for their horns) are physiologically very similar, the animals are unique. According to Wikipedia: [The pronghorn] [...]
We are light and darkness. This truth about ourselves is beautiful and holy. Something happens at the interface that makes us wholly human.