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image Antennalope are a stunning example of cross-species symbiosis. These North-American antelopes have evolved to have metal antennas on top of their heads, instead of the traditional antlers. They roam throughout the American plains, constantly on the move, migrating to where radio signals are weakest. Because their antennas relay radio signals, engineers have been able to use this natural resource to create transcontinental radio networks. The antennalope were featured in a 2003 ad campaign for Nextel long-range walkie-talkies.
Sleek beast of the plains
Shimmy that antenna head
Transmit radar love
Posted by Terran  in  Winter Park, FL  on  Tue Nov 07, 2006  at  05:54 PM
Good one. Made me think of Golden Earring.
Posted by The Curator  in  San Diego  on  Wed Nov 15, 2006  at  10:27 PM
This is radio
Broadcast by Anttenalope
With anttena horns
Posted by J  on  Mon Nov 20, 2006  at  03:22 PM
big anterlope
I think I'm insane hmm
anntenna wow
Posted by The chupacabra from Pluto  on  Tue Nov 21, 2006  at  02:01 PM
O, cell phone cutie
come to a strong signal soon
lest I hang up now
Posted by #1F  in  NNVA  on  Wed Nov 22, 2006  at  08:24 PM
Oops! hit one with car!
I killed an antennalope
Calls will not get through
Posted by J  on  Sat Nov 25, 2006  at  02:37 AM
Antenned beast roams
The soft green grass of the plains
Transmitting those sounds!
Posted by Beorn  in  TN  on  Wed May 30, 2007  at  02:57 PM
I've found my signal;
Antennalope transmition;
Save me from nature.
Posted by Dave  on  Sun Mar 16, 2008  at  01:41 PM
Sometimes comment sections are most interesting to read than the actual article. Well, not so much in this instance...Wireless Security Camera
Posted by gee  on  Fri Jan 16, 2009  at  12:22 AM
i will catch one, so i can save from cable or satellite dish !
Posted by leupgaru  in  hellholecreek, brisbane, AU.  on  Fri Jun 29, 2012  at  06:15 PM
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