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2006-02-20 13:20:00

PALAMAU TIGER RESERVE, India -- Crouching in a dry stream bed, the tracker traces the faint footprint of a tiger in the ochre soil with his finger. "This is from two nights ago. She came up from the water hole and went on that way," Ramcharithar Uraon says, pointing into a dense forest of bamboo thickets and tapered sal trees in this park in eastern India. The paw print, or pug mark, is the latest sign that park rangers have had of Rani, "the tigress of Betla," named for the village in the...


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Indian Spotted Chevrotain, Moschiola indica
2012-09-19 15:31:38

The Indian spotted chevrotain (Moschiola indica) is an even-toed ungulate that can be found in Nepal and India. It occurs in most areas of India, but if it occurs in northern areas is not yet clear. In 1929, Champion expressed his doubts of this species occurring in Nepal, and most reviews have upheld this belief, despite the local reports of it occurring in there. This chevrotain prefers a habitat within tropical evergreen, humid evergreen, and semi-evergreen forests in peninsular India, but...

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