Antelope is not a single species of animal. Rather the name refers to a range of even-toed ruminants. Chiefly being found in Africa and Eurasia.
The Gazelle, on the other hand, is one species belonging to the group. These are animals belonging to the genus Gazella. Subsequently this is just one of many Antelope species.
Most Antelope originate in Africa. Therefore it is here most species are found. Moreover there are about 72 species native to Africa. Further about 17 of these are Gazelles.
African Antelope consist of a wide range of species from tiny Dik-Dik to the huge Eland. This is the largest. There are however two species of Eland. The Common and the Giant Eland. The latter of these is the largest.
Antelope are a very diverse group of animals. Which includes animals with diverse range and behaviour. One notable example being the Wildebeest. Also know as the Gnu.
Our images show some of these including Wildebeest migration, Hartebeest, Topi, Impala and Waterbuck.