Two historical records of the springbok (Antidorcas marsupialis) made by Thomas Baines, the well-known English artist, naturalist and traveller, in April 1848 in part of the northeastern Eastern Cape, have escaped attention. These records, together with two archeological records from the same area, provide additional insights into the occurrence of this ungulate in the region during earlier times.
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