White Buck (Antelope cervicapra)
Scientific classification:
Kingdom : Animalia
Phylum : Chordata
Class : Mammalia
Order : Artiodactyla
Family : Bovidae
Genus : Antelope
Species: cervicapra

Common name : White buck
Scientific name : Antelope cervicapra
Important Facts
Coat color White  in color
Body length 75 - 125 cms.
Weight 25 - 35 kg
Life span 10 - 15 years
Adulthood 2 to 2.5 years     
Gestation period 150 - 180 day
Litter size            1
They like to live in open grassland, dry thorn and scrubland. They like to be in herds about 20 to 30 individuals. A herd generally inhabits around 200 to 300 acres of land. A dominant male marks the territory by shifting and pawing the ground and urinating and defecating at established piles.
Originally spreaded over large tracts of India (except in North East India).Today the White buck population is confined to areas in Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana and Gujarat with a few small pockets in Central India. Its original habitat is open plain and not dense jungles. On the open plain, the White buck is one of the fastest animals and can outrun most predators over long distances.
(a) Grasses
(b) Green leaves
(c) Buds of flowers and Fruits
(a) Mash - 0.50 kg. per head
(b) Kutti - 2.00 kg. per head
(c) Tree fodder - 0.50 kg. per head