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argali

a wild sheep Ovis ammon.
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An international survey revealed that argalis are hunted in Kyrgyzstan by helicopters with Kalashnikov rifles, expert Bakyt Turdumambetov told a press conference in Bishkek on November 18.
Heparinised blood (2 mg/mL) was collected by venipuncture from four healthy wild Argali.
For example, the habitat preferences of wild pig, argali and fox, which appear in the site's fauna for the first time, suggest that Begash's pastoralists were ranging from the deltaic river fan of the Koksu River to the highland pastures in the Dzhungar Mountains by the mid-second millennium BC--a considerably wider range than in Phases 1a and 1b.
It seems to work very well and has taken numerous Bezoar ibex, Dagestan tur, chamois and even an Argali.
Establishment of pregnancy after the transfer of nuclear transfer embryos produced from the fusion of argali (Ovis ammon) nuclei into domestic sheep (Ovis aries) enucleated oocytes.
The helicopter went down in the heart of argali habitat, the Shavlinsky Wildlife Reserve.
Behring for the purpose of renovating its Hall of Mammals and Rotunda, the Smithsonian requested import permits for two argali sheep from Kazakhstan, two sheep from Kirghizistan, and one brown bear, that had been killed by Behring.
5 thousand argali live in Sarychat-Ertash Reserve of Kyrgyzstan, the press service of the State Agency for Environmental Protection and Forestry reported on December 5.
It has been effective on tough game like elk, bear and eland and equally effective at longer ranges for game such as Marco Polo argali and mountain nyala.
Additional co-plaintiffs include the Argali Wildlife Research Center in Mongolia, former USFWS scientist Ron Nowak, and two Mongolian argali researchers.
TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] argali sheep (Ovis ammon) and Siberian marmot (Marmoto sibirica) (Ovodov 1987).
The Marco Polo sheep (Ovis ammon polii) is a subspecies of argali sheep, named after Marco Polo.