Physical feature: An adult male measures 26 inches at the shoulder and weighs
15-20 kg. The body is chestnut in colour. The chin, breast and the underparts
have white markings. Each side of the face of this animal has an alternative pattern
of dark and light stripes. The short tail is black and haired. Horns are present in
both sexes and are tightly annulated almost to the tip. The hooves are pointed.
Behaviour: They are found in small groups comprising three to seven animals in the wild. Chinkara have also a nocturnal habit.
Life span: They are known to live for ten years in the wild.