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Description of Nilgai – Boselaphus tragocamelus – Blue bull

Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus) Blue bull complete detail. Description of Nilgai – Boselaphus tragocamelus – Blue bull. Classification of Nilgai. Habit and habitat of Nilgai. Distribution of Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus). They prefer arid areas, grassy steppe woodlands, scrub areas, dry deciduous forests and agricultural areas. They avoid dense forest and deserts.  The body color of adult male is dark grey, with blue appearance, and the body color of …

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Description of Clouded leopard – Neofelis nebulosa

Clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) – complete detail. Description of Clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa). Classification of  Clouded leopard. Habit and habitat of Clouded leopard. Distribution of Clouded leopard.  They prefer evergreen tropical forest, but they have also been sighted in other habitats, such as secondary forest, logged forest, mangrove swamp, grassland, scrub land, dry tropical forest, and coastal hardwood forest. The weight of Clouded …

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State animal of Manipur (Sangai) complete detail – updated

State animal of Manipur (Sangai) complete detail – updated. Description of state animal of Manipur. Name of state animal of Manipur is Sangai. Habit and habitat of Sangai. They prefer open scrub jungle, areas of floating vegetation, or undulating land between rivers and hill ranges. They have a reddish brown to gray colored coat. They have slender body, and long and thin legs. …

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State animal of Delhi (Nilgai) complete detail – updated

State animal of Delhi (Nilgai) complete detail – updated. Description of State animal of Delhi. Name of the State animal of Delhi is Nilgai. Habit and habitat of Nilgai. They prefer arid areas, grassy steppe woodlands, scrub areas, dry deciduous forests and agricultural areas. The weight of male Nilgai is between 180 to 240 kg, and weight of female is between 120 to 220 kg. …

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State animal of Meghalaya – complete detail – updated

State animal of Meghalaya – complete detail – updated. Description of state animal of Meghalaya. Name of state animal of Meghalaya is Clouded leopard. Habit and habitat of Clouded leopard.  They prefer evergreen tropical forest but they have also been sighted in other habitats, such as secondary forest, logged forest, mangrove swamp, grassland, scrub land, dry tropical forest, and coastal hardwood forest. Clouded Leopard is a beautiful …

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Description of Deer (Axis axis) Spotted deer

Deer (Axis axis) Spotted deer – complete detail. Description of Deer (Axis axis) Spotted deer. The weight of adult spotted deer is between 35 to 85 kg. Classification of Spotted deer. Habit and habitat of Spotted deer. They prefer dense deciduous forests, semi-evergreen forests, and open grasslands. They also prefer heavy forest cover for shade. Head to body length measures about 90 to 140 …

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Serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus) complete detail – updated

Serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus) complete detail – updated. Description of Serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus) choti bagal. Classification of Serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus).  Classification of Serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus). They appears late in the evening or we can say start of the night. Median emergence time is 30 to 45 minutes after sunset…………. Habit and habitat of Serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus). Serotine bat, occurs mainly in lowland areas, …

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State animal of Jammu and Kashmir complete detail – updated

State animal of Jammu and Kashmir  (Kashmir stag) complete detail – updated. Description of state animal of Jammu and Kashmir. Classification of Kashmir stag. Habit and habitat of Kashmir stag. Name of the state animal of Jammu and Kashmir is Kashmir stag. They prefers to live in dense riverside forest areas. Kashmir stag is a social animal. They also feed on Lichens, Mosses, Ferns, …

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Description of Camel – Camelus dromedarius – Oont

Camel – Camelus dromedarius – Oont complete detail. Description of Camel – Camelus dromedarius – Oont. Habit and habitat of Camel. Distribution of Camel. Camel has a long- curved neck, deep-narrow chest, one tail and a hump. The hump is composed of fat bound together by fibrous tissue, acting as food storage in times of need. Height of camel is between 6 feet to 9 feet. Weight …

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