Native to India and Pakistan, the Blackbuck is a medium sized antelope with distinctive spiral horns that are ringed with 1 to 4 spiral turns and can be as long as 28 inches. A trophy Blackbuck has horns that are 18+ inches and in Texas they rarely get much longer than 21-22 inches. The male’s upper body is dark brown and appears black during the breeding season turning to a much lighter brown when not in the rut. The chin, chest, belly, inner legs and eye rings are always white. The female and young males are light-brown and the female is typically hornless. Blackbucks usually roam in herds of 15 to 20 animals with a dominant male. Blackbucks are particularly fast animals and can outrun most predators.