At one point in time, pronghorns were severely threatened and many subspecies were classified as endangered due to over hunting. While they still face threats such as habitat fragmentation, many laws and forms of protection have been put in place to preserve their numbers. Because of this, pronghorns have rebounded strongly and are now classified as least concern. While a few specific subspecies are still endangered, pronghorns on the whole are so plentiful that they actually outnumber humans in states like Wyoming.
- Recommended Age: 3+
- Size in cm: 9.5 L x 10 H
- Size in inches: 3.74 L x 3.94 H
- UPC: 095866284701
Pronghorn numbers are quite stable, and many states have managed hunting seasons for these animals. They are common in southwestern Canada, in the prairie states, in Texas, and in northern Mexico.