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Any of several goat antelopes of the genus Capricornis of forested mountain slopes of East, South, and Southeast Asia, having short horns and a dark coat.

[Lepcha saro.]
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(Animals) either of two antelopes, Capricornis sumatraensis and C. crispus, of mountainous regions of S and SE Asia, having a dark coat and conical backward-pointing horns
[C19: from Lepcha sǎ-ro Tibetan goat]
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(ˈsɛr oʊ)

either of two species of goat antelope of the genus Capricornis: C. sumatraensis of Sumatra and C. crispus of Formosa and Japan.
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Noun1.serow - short-horned dark-coated goat antelope of mountain areas of southern and southeastern Asiaserow - short-horned dark-coated goat antelope of mountain areas of southern and southeastern Asia
goat antelope - bovid related to goats but having antelope-like features: mountain goats; gorals; serows; chamois; gnu goats
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References in classic literature ?
Who ever heard of Fostum Sahib, or Yankling Sahib, or even the little Peel Sahib that sits up of nights to shoot serow - I say, who, ever heard of these Sahibs coming into the hills without a down-country cook, and a bearer, and - and all manner of well-paid, high-handed and oppressive folk in their tail?
He added that Perhilitan has reasons to believe the poachers are targeting specific animals in the Malaysian jungles; its officers come across whole carcasses such as wild boar, mouse deer and even the goat-like antelope serow.
Similarly, this phenomenon was also recorded in Japanese serow (Capricornis crispus--Takada & Minami 2018), Nubian ibex (Capra nubiana--Habibi 1997) and feral goats (Capra hircus--Shi et al.
Priority has been given to the use of physical manipulatives over online resources, since the potential benefits of ICT to support the teaching of mathematics in primary schools has been well-established elsewhere (Serow, Callingham, & Muir, 2016).
When police raided Butterfly Dining, a restaurant in Taipei's Xinyi District on Wednesday, they discovered the frozen remains of five Reeve's muntjacs, two heads of Reeve's muntjacs, the head and legs of a Taiwan serow, among other body parts.
And as it often happens, while keen on birds, other wildlife came into awareness such as Barking Deer, White-faced Flying Squirrel, Formosan Rock Macaque, and Taiwan Serow.
They are home to important flora and fauna, particularly tiger, Southwest China serow, Chinese goral and northern red muntjac.
Bill, became law as the country prepared for the eventual end of World War II and the need to reintegrate returning veterans into the nation's economy (Serow 2004; Thelin).
Lack of sustainability knowledge and working in a school culture that does not prioritise sustainability can dampen the enthusiasm of early career teachers for teaching sustainability (Kennelly, Taylor, & Serow, 2012).
Habitat ecology of Himalayan Serow (Capricornis thar.) in Annapurna Conservation Area of Nepal.