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markhor

caprafalconeri.
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He said 80 per cent of income accrued from sale of permits of trophy hunting of markhor and ibex went to local communities for their collective development.
Short of another markhor, or a "real" Chartreuse chamois, there wasn't much wiggle room left.
Globally recognised as a leader in community-based conservation, Namibia has garnered such prestigious recognition as the 2012 Markhor Award for Outstanding Conservation Performance in recognition of its exceptional wildlife conservation programme.
Tourists staying in the campsite can expect to see wild animals such as the wild Markhor goat, the Tibetan wolf, brown bears, musk deers, leopards and more than 120 bird species.
Tourists who spend time in the campsite would get a chance to see animals such as the wild goat, Markhor, brown bear, musk deer, Tibetan wolf, common leopard and hundreds of species of birds at close quarters.
Last year 1 had a downhill shot at a markhor in Pakistan, probably the most important shot of my life.
Also under threat are 47 wild animals, including Persian leopard, Dalmatio Pelican, large-billed reed warbler, striped hyena, Marco Polo sheep, Markhor, musk deer, wild donkey, red sheep, Blansford's fox, eagle, stone marten and lesser kestrel.
Washington, July 4 ( ANI ): Pakistan's conservation efforts have proved beneficial as the markhor, a majestic wild goat species, is making a remarkable comeback, the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has announced.
The sprawling farmhouse was filled with trophies, from mounted birds to markhor.
The markhor (Capra falconeri) is an endangered wild goat in a continuous decline; the global population is <2,500 mature animals (5).