1824W.J. BurchellTrav.II. 23The name of Gemsbok belongs properly to the Antilope rupicapra of Europe, the Chamois of the Alps...So also is the name of a common European animal, the Reebok or Roebuck, applied to two animals of another genus, and which are found only in Southern Africa.
a1827D. Carmichael inW.J. HookerBotanical Misc. (1831) II. 47Roebucks and Duykers were seen daily.
1827T. PhilippsScenes & Occurrences 59Fine roebucks, one of which we shot; they are covered with a very soft fur resembling that of rabbits.
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