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Serial Scientific Name Family Name Local Name Number 1 Vulpes bengalensis Canidae Khak shiyal English: Bengal fox 2 Semnopithecus entellus Cercopithecidae Hanuman English: Hanuman langur 3 Axis axis Cervidae Horin English: Chitral deer 4 Elephas maximus Elephantidae Hati English: Indian elephant 5 Latirus duplicatus Fasciolariidae Shamuk English: Many angled spindle snail 6 Geoclemys hamiltonii Geoemydidae Kachim English: Black pond turtle 7 Ursus thibetanus Ursidae Bhaluk English: Asiatic black bear, Indian black bear Serial Utilized Part(s) Ailment Number 1 Bone Treatment for 18 types of fever.
This work shows that although hunting by people may have contributed to the demise of woolly mammoths, contact with humans isn't the only reason this furry branch of the Elephantidae family went extinct.
The family tree illustrates how mastodons sprit off, forming the Mammutidae family--now extinct--while mammoths and elephants are part of the Elephantidae family.
Hundreds of members of the elephantidae family apparently wander the 400-acre premises and bathe in the stream--an approach to care that would raise regulatory eyebrows here in America.
Mastodons are members of the extinct genus "Mammut" of the order Proboscidea and form the family Mammutidae; they resembled, but were distinct from, the woolly mammoth, which belongs to the family Elephantidae.