Information about: Gazelle

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Gazelle. An animal belonging to the antelope family; of very graceful shape, and rather smaller in size than the chamois. The color of the gazelle is fawn or dun on the back, which is separated from the white belly by a brown or blackish band. The horns, which are stronger in the male than in the female, are twice bent, in the shape of a lyre, and without sharp edges. The eyes of this animal are beautiful and soft in expression, and its movements are elegant and light. It inhabits the large plains and the Saharan region of northem Africa, as well as Arabia and Syria, living in numerous herds. When taken young, the gazelle, though naturally wild and timid, is readily domesticated, and becomes quite tame.



“For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self–discipline.”
2 Timothy 1:7