Agression is not very ritualized in the springbok. Bucks threaten simply by assuming the combat position (they only
perform a dominance display when courting females). The sprinbok horns are ideally shaped for locking when two pairs are
Fighting consist of front-pressing (two combatants standing close together and engage the front surfaces of their horns
and the horns are interlocked), and lateral twisting and levering, often while standing sideways.