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large (1000 to 2000 lb) true antelopes, capable of domestication and favored for game ranches. Called also Taurotragus oryx.
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Al Ain Animal lovers are in for a treat after Al Ain Zoo took delivery of four eland antelopes from east and southern Africa.
Eland antelopes are considered to be among the slowest in the species but they make up for their sluggish nature with a remarkable ability to jump up to heights of 2.
The Western Derby elands in the Bandia Reserve have reproduced each year since the establishment of the first semi-captive herd.
Elland is mentioned in the Doomsday Survey of 1086 which describes how John de Eland was granted permission to hold a weekly market and two annual fairs.
The surrogates care for the babies as if they were their own flesh and blood, although elands don't share bongos' chestnut brown coloring, says Dresser.
We feel we can accomplish this by leveraging Avnet Hall-Mark's ability to provide quality demand generation programs, access to demo facilities and custom integration services," said Jack Elands, VP of Marketing & Business Development, IDBS.
The Elands celebrated their anniversary with a party for family and friends at the Royal and Ancient pub in Colne Bridge.
New customers include Deelkraal Mine, Elands Rand Mine, Freegold Mine and South Deep Mine.
Those hunters who were fortunate enough to hunt the gusu forests of northwestern Matabeleland in Zimbabwe in the eighties and nineties, before the chaotic land takeovers, will know the kind of eland I am talking about.
Eland Supply Chain Solutions is pleased to announce the addition of its new service, Certified Reconditioning and Recovery.
The new organization will operate under the name Eland Supply Chain Solutions.