They live in flocks and each year 1 male and 1 female mate in the herd. Other herd members do not mate, because they do not disrupt the socioeconomic order within themselves by preventing unnecessary population growth by applying birth control. It is a species that is on the verge of extinction, both by larger predators such as the lion, and by the indigenous peoples they harmed their animals. I am upset that he is facing extinction when this happens. It is among the animals I find most annoying and unpleasant, along with hyenas in all of Africa. This must be because of their hunting style and the fact that they start eating their prey alive. But do not worry, the balance of nature will not be disturbed, there are enough other hunters to hunt the animals they hunt and keep the numbers under control.