This antelope’s name is Afrikaans for "rock jumper" and the animal certainly lives up to this description, leaping around among cliffs and rocky outcrops like a mountain goat. Now imagine your Rover Defender 110 having the same nickname? Pretty epic. A typical view will be of one individual standing stock-still on top of a rock. Look closer and you will invariably spot its mate nearby. A Klipspringer’s hooves are cylindrical and downward-pointing, giving it a tiptoe walk and provide an amazing sure-footed agility on the rocks.