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What does prOnking look like?

PRONK : /pronk/ : verb - jump straight up; "victory pronk". Bound, jump, leap, spring - move forward by leaps and bounds; in the wild it involves jumping high into the air by lifting all four feet off the ground simultaneously. This may occur during pursuit by a predator. It might also occur during play. A leap in the air with an arched back and stiff legs, typically as a form of display when threatened.   


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