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Description of Sambar – Rusa unicolor – Sambar deer

Sambar (Rusa unicolor) complete detail. Description of Sambar – Rusa unicolor – Sambar deer. Classification of Sambar (Rusa unicolor). Habit and habitat of Sambar. Distribution of Sambar. They prefer forest, marshy and wooded areas. They also found in tropical dry forests, seasonal moist evergreen forests, subtropical mixed forests and tropical rain forests. The weight of adult Sambar is between 100 to 320 kg. Head to body …

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Description of Phayre’s langur – Trachypithecus phayrei

Phayre’s langur (Trachypithecus phayrei) complete detail. Description of Phayre’s langur – Trachypithecus phayrei. Classification of Phayre’s langur. Habit and habitat of Phayre’s langur.  They prefer mixed moist deciduous forests, primary and secondary evergreen and semi-evergreen forests. They found in India, China, Thailand, Bangladesh, Myanmar, and Vietnam. In India, they found in Assam, Mizoram, and Tripura, from sea level to 800 meters. The weight of male Phayre’s leaf …

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Indian bison (Bos gaurus) – complete detail – updated

Indian bison (Bos gaurus) – complete detail – updated. Description of Indian bison (Bos gaurus) Gaur. Classification of Indian bison (Bos gaurus). Distribution of Indian bison (Bos gaurus). Habit and habitat of Indian bison.  Indian bisons are found on the forested hills and grassy areas. They are largely confined to evergreen forests or semi-evergreen and moist deciduous forests, but also occur in deciduous forest areas at …

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State animal of Tamil Nadu (Nilgiri tahr) complete detail – updated

State animal of Tamil Nadu (Nilgiri tahr) complete detail – updated. Description of State animal of Tamil Nadu. Name of the state animal of Tamil Nadu is Nilgiri tahr. Habit and habitat of Nilgiri thar. They prefer grass-woodlands, open mountain grasslands, and mountain slopes. Head to body length measures about 80 to 140 cm. The length of tail about 9 to 14 cm. They …

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State animal of Bihar (Gaur) – complete detail – updated

State animal of Bihar (Gaur) – complete detail – updated. What is the name of State animal of Bihar. Description of State animal of Bihar. Habit and habitat of Gaur. Indian bisons are found on the forested hills and grassy areas.  They are largely confined to evergreen forests or semi-evergreen and moist deciduous forests, but also occur in dry deciduous forest areas. Mostly they …

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State animal of Gujarat (Asiatic Lion) complete detail- updated

State animal of Gujarat (Asiatic Lion) complete detail- updated. What is the name of state animal of Gujarat. Description of Asiatic Lion (state animal of Gujarat). Lion has been classified as endangered by the IUCN. Lions are the only cats that live in groups, called prides.  Panthera leo persica, One of the largest of Indian cats. Asiatic Lions are found inhabiting open grasslands and forests of India, …

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State animal of Mizoram (Serow) complete detail – updated

State animal of Mizoram (Serow) complete detail – updated. Description of State animal of Mizoram. Name of the State animal of Mizoram is Serow. Habit and habitat of Serow. They prefer mountainous areas at altitudes of between 200 to 3,050 meter. Serow is a beautiful animal, with uniquely distinctive pointing horns, length measures about 15 to 25 cm. The horns usually have a slight …

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State animal of Madhya Pradesh – complete detail – updated

State animal of Madhya Pradesh – complete detail – updated. Description of State animal of Madhya Pradesh. Name of the State animal of Madhya Pradesh is Barasingha. Habit and habitat of Barasingha.  They prefer tall grasslands and open habitats. They found in swampland and a variety of forest types ranging from dry to moist deciduous to evergreen. They also found in grassy floodplains, wooded areas, and …

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Description of Nilgiri tahr – Nilgiritragus hylocrius – Nilgiri ibex

Nilgiri tahr (Nilgiritragus hylocrius) complete detail. Description of Nilgiri tahr – Nilgiritragus hylocrius – Nilgiri ibex. Classification of Nilgiri tahr. Habit and habitat of Nilgiri tahr. They prefer grass-woodlands, open montane grasslands, and mountain slopes. Head to body length measures about 80 to 140 cm. The length of tail about 9 to 14 cm. They are about 80 to 107 cm high at the shoulder. Color …

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