Gazella


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Related to Gazella: Gazella subgutturosa, gazelle, Gazella dorcas

Gazella

see gazelle.
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Five new state records for the Afro-Asian dung beetle Onthophagus gazella (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
Primer registro de Euoniticellus intermedius (Reiche, 1849) y datos nuevos de distribucion de Digitonthophagous gazella (Fabricius, 1787) e Hybosorus Illigeri Reiche, 1853 (Coleoptera: Hybosoridae) para el estado de Chiapas.
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However, on biogeographical grounds the animal represented is likely to be the mountain gazelle, or Gazella gazella.
1 1 Eland Taurotragus oryx 6 1 Hartebeest Alcelaphus buselaphus 1 1 2 1 Hyena Crocuta crocuta 1 1 Impala Aepyceros melampus 3 3 58 3 7 2 Klipspringer Oreotragus oreotragus 1 1 Oribi Ourebia ourebi 4 2 Ovicaprine 41 3 494 18 124 5 Steenbok Raphicerus campestris 2 1 Thompson's Gazelle Gazella thomsoni 12 3 35 3 10 2 Warthog Phacochoerus africanus 1 1 1 1 Total 76 18 659 41 157 15 Cyprinidae 32 3 1377 28 7 2 Bagridae 4 1 15 1 Cichlidae 4 3 765 8 Claridae 8 1 169 5 Citharinidae 4 1 Protopterus aeathiopicus 20 3 Total 48 8 2350 46 7 2 No.
With the exception of a single tooth (P3 or P4) of an antelope (Spiroceros kiakhtensis), an unidentified phalange of a gazelle-sized animal (possibly Gazella przewalskyi), and a bone tool from an unidentified large-mammal long bone mid-shaft, the faunal remains consisted almost entirely of splintered long-bone fragments of mid-sized to large mammals.
Within the important sample of gazelle horncores, almost all could be allocated with confidence to Gazella subgutturosa, whose range of distribution covers the northern part of the Iranian Plateau (Uerpmann 1987: 98).
Before about 18,000 years ago, hunters and gatherers in northern China occupied a variety of habitats; fairly mobile, they pursued an array of large (especially Gazella and Equus) to small game, fish and shellfish; they employed blade and flake lithic technologies, and had no permanent shelters or storage facilities (Jia & Huang 1985: 220-21; Olsen 1990).
Davis (1983) has argued that an increase in the proportion of juvenile gazelles Gazella gazella predated by humans in the Natufian reflects a change in human life-style from seasonal nomadism to sedentism, though Davis rejects the possibility that the gazelle populations concerned could be described as 'domestic', as have Dayan & Timberloff (1995).
See Grevy's zebras, reticulated giraffes, oryx gazellas, and more.