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Himalayan Serow Spotted in Assam State
- Himalayan mammals are the latest creatures discovered in Assam.
- The serow in the Himalayas looks like it is somewhere between the goat and the antelope.
- Himalayan Serow was found in the Manas Tiger Reserve with an area of 950 square meters.
- It will reach 2 kilometers on December 3, 2020.
- This animal is a high-altitude animal, usually found at an altitude of 2,000 to 4,000 meters.
- The Himalayas are a subspecies of continental birds.
- This species is native to the Himalayas.
- The opium of the Himalayas was previously called Capricornis thar.
- The sides and hindquarters are mostly black.
- The thighs of this species are rusty red, while the calves are white.
- This species has been listed in CITES Appendix I.
- The scientific name of the mainland serow is Capricornis sumatraensis.
- The row people are native to China, the Himalayas and Southeast Asia.
- The sewn coat has bristle or coarse guard hair.
- The hair covers the fur layer closest to the sutured skin.
- The animal’s bristles are sewn between the shoulder cap bones covering the skin from the horns to the middle of the back.
- Males are characterized by horns and light in color.
- It is six inches in length and is slightly curved toward the animal’s back.
- The continental seam grows to six feet long.
- The weight of an adult se is about 150 kg.
- Manas National Park is a national park and is listed as a World Natural Heritage by UNESCO.
- It is also the Tiger Project Sanctuary, Elephant Sanctuary and Biosphere Reserve.
- It is located in Assam in the foothills of the Himalayas.
- The reserve is adjacent to the Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan.
- It is known for its rare and endangered endemic wildlife, including Himalayan hares, Assam tortoises, pygmy pigs and golden leaf monkeys.
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