The North American pronghorn is the last of its kind, endangered in some areas. Belonging to the genus antilocapra
, it is the only living species with its closest relative being the giraffe. Like deer, the males are called bucks and the females does however, both males and females grow horns, unlike Deer
. Acoma Pueblo potter Dean Reano honors the pronghorn in a small natural clay and mineral pigment pottery plate. It's about 2 3/8" in diameter and 1/2" tall. Signed by the artist.
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