Gazella subgutturosa

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a kind of gazelle

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Food habits of goitered gazelles (Gazella subgutturosa sairensis) in northern Xinjiang.
Altitude, distance to villages and frequency of goitered gazelle had the higher coefficient of the first factor showing that the distribution of the species was specially restricted by these variables (see Table 2).
The main threat to the species is the loss of their primary food--jebeer gazelle, goitered gazelle, urial sheep and wild goat--due to poaching and grazing competition from domestic livestock.
In Mongolia, it features Hustain Nuruu National Park, home to Przewalski's horse, the world's last remaining species of wild equine; exploring the habitat for Bactrian camels, Agali mountain sheep, goitered gazelle and Saker Falcons; the dunes known as the "Singing Sands," which emit a remarkable low-pitched groan when the surface is disturbed by the wind; a visit with a camel-herding family to take in the scenery on the back of a Bactrian camel; the Flaming Cliffs, rich with fossils and site of the 1923 discovery of the first nest of dinosaur eggs the world had ever seen; and the Gobi Desert at the Three Camel Lodge, named one of the "Top 50 Ecolodges" by National Geographic Adventure.
The serval, leopard, goitered gazelle, dama gazelle and African wild ass are also in serious danger of going extinct.
This, we were told, made to stop the animals like the wild donkey, the Persian Onager, the goitered gazelle and the wild hedgehog from wondering to places were they shouldn't be.