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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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The objectives of our study were to determine habitat distribution and delineate important habitat areas for chiru across Chang Tang.
Solo en la region de las sabanas centrales, parecia esbozarse un inicio de articulacion politica mas solida, extensa y compleja, con jerarquias territoriales y politicas organizadas por senores principales y vasallos que no superaba, sin embargo, las regiones del Chiru al Este y de Escoria al Oeste.
In a London shop, shahtoosh shawls worth pounds 350,000 - accounting for two per cent of the world's chirus - were seized.
According to the International Fund for Animal Welfare, the number of chiru has dropped from several million a hundred years ago to fewer than 75,000 today.
Tenders are invited for Construction of series of check dam on Dudhmatiya Nala Village Lawagardha Panchyat Chiru Block Herhanj Distt Latehar
These shawls are made of Tibetan Antelope's fur also known as Chiru.
In addition to the arctic fox, the team also uncovered extinct species of a wooly rhino, three-toed horse, Tibetan bharal (also known as blue sheep), chiru (Tibetan antelope), snow leopard, badger, as well as 23 other mammals.
Un breve comentario en prensa sobre el Bicentenario de la Independencia en 2021, vease Chiru, Felix, "A diez anos del Bicentenario: 1821-2021", en La Estrella de Panama, 28 de noviembre de 2011, p.
Gherghina, Sergiu and Mihail Chiru, "Practice and Payment: Determinants of Candidate List Position in European Parliament Elections', European Union Politics, 11, 4 (2010).
Shahtoos, on the other hand, was traditionally harvested from shrubs and bushes, being the soft fur shed by the Tibetan antelope or chiru Pantholops hodgsoni as it brushed against them in the wild.
At least three chiru pelts are required to manufacture a single shawl, and China's State Forestry Administration reports that up to 20,000 Tibetan antelope are killed annually to supply this luxury trade.
The endangered Tibetan antelope, known as the chiru, is killed for its fleece and the wool used to make shahtoosh shawls - an incredibly soft garment that is sold to rich women round the world for up to pounds 10,000 each.