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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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Besides Saiga, Graciela Dixon of Panama and Jean Permanand of Trinidad and Tobago, both judges, were the female candidates that were also under consideration.
This app is packed with rare close-up images of fascinating animals such as arctic foxes, chamois, dolphins, humpback whales, golden eagles, monk seals, puffins and walrus - as well as less familiar creatures such as the wisent, the saiga antelope and the ghost shark.
There is no direct connection between the mass die-off of saiga antelopes and launches of the Russian rocket-carriers Proton at the Baikonur cosmodrome, said acting chairman of the Aerospace Committee of the Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan Meirbek Moldabekov.
In a contradicting report, Interfax cites a police source as saying that there is only one hostage taker armed with a Saiga carbine.
23) The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea upheld this framework in the M/V Saiga case, noted above, and the Arbitral Tribunal created under UNCLOS has endorsed it in at least one subsequent case as well.
13, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to media reports a shipment of 4,470 saiga antelope horns from 2,235 animals were seized last week by Chinese police and customs officials along the border between Kyrgyzstan and China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region.
He opened fire from both hands on his colleagues sitting at their workplaces, from a Saiga and a Benelli carbine," he said.
Both brands speak well for their genealogy with the Saiga being a faithful adaptation of the AK-47 mechanism while the MKA 1919 resembles an AR in cosmetics only.
We also found traces from trade restricted animals that are classified as vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered, including the Asiatic black bear and Saiga antelope," Bunce said.
Among the new companies who joined Jafza in 2009 are multinational giants and leading international players such as the US-based Halliburton, a Fortune 500 firm, 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.