How do we know that he is almost ready for release? Well firstly, he will soon be weaned as he is spending more time grazing happily on the green grass in the camp.
Secondly, he has grown into his long legs and has been gaining plenty of muscle. Lastly, and the most exciting news is that his horns have begun to grow.
The horns of antelope are made of keratin, which is the same material that fingernails and hooves are made of and are fast-growing!
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