chinkara


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chinkara

(tʃɪnˈkɑːrə)
n
(Animals) an Indian gazelle, Gazella gazella bennetti
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Mammal species recorded during the course of the survey included the leopard cat, Indian palm civet, Pallas cat, chinkara, hog deer, grey langur, Asiatic jackal, Indian pangolin, rhesus monkey etc.
A Chinkara deer on January 5 gave birth to a beautiful fawn at the Lahore Zoo.
Registan lies in the districts of Thar, Mirpurkhas, Sanghar Khairpur and Sukkur covering the eastern flank of the province, which provides habitat for important fauna such as Partridges, Pea fowl, Sandgrouse, Birds of prey, rare Species of Chinkara, Desert cat, Indian wild Ass, endangered Houbara Bustard etc.
On a safari at the Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary, you can also spot other elusive wild species such as blackbuck, chinkara, wild boar, and hyenas.
According to the DCF report, local plant species, such as kair, khejri, jal, and jhadberi, are found on the land, besides wildlife, such as chinkara, peafowl, quails, partridge, coots, and desert fox.
Mammal species recorded during the course of the survey included the leopard cat, Indian palm civet, Pallas cat (Otocolobus manul), chinkara, hog deer (Axis porcinus), grey langur, Asiatic jackal (Canis aureus), Indian pangolin (Manis crassicaudata), Rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) etc.
Wild sheep was identified as single staple prey, while chinkara (Gazella bennettii) was the most preferred prey despite its lower occurrence.
Clinico-pathologic findings of enterotoxemia in Chinkara deer (Gazella bennettii) under desert conditions in Pakistan.
Junaid Rizvi of Nauchandi area, Suraj Verma and Sameer Chinkara, both residents of Chanakyapuri, were performing stunts on their motorcycles in Shastrinagar.
The year-round movements of sheep and goat flocks over a large area may greatly facilitate the spread of parasites Wild ruminants occurring in the region such as chinkara (Gazella bennettii) and blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra) constitute a reservoir of helminths for their domestic relatives.
During various occasion, network of GGs saved migratory birds and local wildlife such as Demoiselle Crane (Anthropoides virgo), Houbara Bustard (Chlamydotis undulata), Blue bull (Boselaphus tragocamelusare), Indian Peafowl (Pavo cristatus) and Chinkara from poaching and timely informed concerned government departments.