Especially when it comes to cloven-hoofed animals, many of these would have been animals that would have been, at least in general terms, familiar to us. Not necessarily familiar to us from Europe, though, since, in addition to pigs, bovines, and deer, there were also a number of antelopes. These were mostly members of the gazelle subfamily, although there were others, including some, for example, related to the modern sable antelope. The gazelles included Hispanodorcas, a small and slender antelope with slightly twisting horns, with fossils found in southern Spain. However, some were even closer to the gazelles of today, to the point that, if, like most people, you'd be pressed to tell the difference between a Dorcas gazelle and a Speke's gazelle today (or at least, to know which one was which), you'd probably not have identified these as anything different, either - although at least some of them were smaller than any living species, which might have helped.