striped hyena

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Noun1.striped hyena - of northern Africa and Arabia and Indiastriped hyena - of northern Africa and Arabia and India
hyaena, hyena - doglike nocturnal mammal of Africa and southern Asia that feeds chiefly on carrion
genus Hyaena - type genus of the Hyaenidae
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The species are: African elephant, African lion, black rhinoceros, white rhinoceros, Jentink's duiker, plains zebra, mountain zebra, hippopotamus, and striped hyena. There is a "grandfather clause" that exempts trophies taken before January 1,2019.
The agency tweeted Thursday that it had received a tipoff last month about a man who had posted a photo of himself on social media standing by a dead striped hyena that he had hunted.
Here you can come accross Front-Asian leopard, brown bear, striped hyena, wolf, otter lynx, roe deer, wild boar, old world porcupine, jackal, badger, wild cat, foxetc.
The cartoonish striped hyena resembles a medium-sized dog and is covered in -- yes, you guessed it -- striped fur.
The striped hyena is the most common in India, though it is possible that spotted hyenas once roamed there too.
At least one more tiger, a bear and a striped hyena were still unaccounted for last night - two days after residents were assured there was no further danger.
But yesterday it emerged that at least one more tiger, a bear and a striped hyena are still feared to be on the loose.
The striped hyena (Hyaena hyaena Linnaeus, 1758) is a near threatened large carnivore having a wider distribution range than other hyenas.
They have also captured photographs of striped hyena, the Arabian wolf, Blanford's fox, rock hyrax, caracal lynx, Nubian ibex, Arabian gazelle and many other mammals of one of the most biodiversity regions of Arabia.
They share the attributes of both sexes and are both husband and wife." (16) Aristotle tried to sort this out, patiently explaining that both the male and female Striped Hyena have anal scent pouches, which look like male scrotums; male hyenas, moreover, seemed to sport female genitalia: "under the tail a line like the pudendum of the female." (17) Yet he was at a loss to say where the actual reproductive organs were, and as late as the seventeenth century it was commonplace to regard the hyena as a sex-changer.
"For example, the Arabian wolves and striped hyena are not native to Oman but we also have a few of those animals."
However, I learned from a previous post that there are various types of hyenas, one of them being the striped hyena which is an endangered species and is known to be extremely timid around humans.