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The term "Fox antelope" has not been confirmed by official sources.
The fox antelope has the head and horns of an antelope, but the body of a fox. Like a fox, the fur on its upper body is rust-red colored, while its underbelly, the area around its eyes, and the tip of its fox-like tail are white.
Like the real-life antelope, the fox antelope seems to be a herbivore with a liking for prairie grasses and similar plants.
The horns of the fox antelope resemble the distinctive spiral horns of the male blackbuck native to the grasslands of the Indian sub-continent. In body shape and coloration, the fox antelope resembles the red fox.