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antelope

member of the family Bovidae, including the genus Tragelaphus, which contains many genera of African antelopes. Includes a large variety of hollow-horned ruminants from dog to cow size. Many types of horns but all simple and persistent.
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It is estimated that only about 50,000 saiga remain in the world, largely in an area around the Russian Caspian and in Kazakhstan.
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According to the latest data, 8,502 saiga found dead in Zharkin and Zhaksyn districts in Akmola region," said the Ministry.
Between 2003 and 2007, Saiga served as the Japanese ambassador to Norway and Iceland, and was also Japan's ambassador with responsibility for human rights from 2005.
Among the new companies which joined Jafza in 2009 include multinational giants and leading international players such as the US-based Halliburton (Fortune 500 company), DQE International, subsidiary of CNPC, China's largest petroleum technology service enterprise, Saiga, largest manufacturer of heavy industrial machinery in Japan, AMES (a 50/50 joint venture company created by Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance; 'specialized in the maintenance of aircraft engines for Airbus and Boeing' and Aircelle, Safran Group), and Michelin from France.
Saiga abundance in Kalmykia (Russia) and Central Asia has declined by 97 percent since the early 1990s, due mainly to poaching for the animal's horns and meat.
Similarly they also urged the government to release their 300 men arrested from Sararogha, Janaatta, Sanjeela and Saiga areas during operation.
Fumiko Saiga, who was the first Japanese judge on the ICC, died in April, and Mohamed Shahabuddeen from Guyana resigned in February.
de cervidos (al menos, reno y ciervo), bovidos (uro y bisonte), junto a otro elenco de animales (antilope saiga, foca, cabra montes, oso, pez, lobo, leon de las cavernas, tortuga y rana).