Javan


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Synonyms for Javan

a native or inhabitant of Java

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of or relating to or characteristic of Java or its inhabitants or its language

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Javan lutungs, for instance, are known to prefer leaves that are easily digestible and fibre-rich to ones that are rich in starches.
Javan leopard and dholes represent appropriate subjects to study coexistence strategies.
The rare Javan green magpie and other birds are popular as status-symbol pets in the magpie's native Indonesian island of Java and elsewhere in Asia.
While surviving better than the Javan rhino they are more threatened by poaching as their horns are sought for traditional Chinese medicine.
Since the age of seven, Javan has lived at the Milisatria Academy, fulfilling his mother's sacred dying wish that he take top honors in everything in order to be prepared for his future role as king.
Rambod Javan's latest creation "Negar" will be screened February 4.
The Javan muntjac (Muntiacus muntjak muntjak, Zimmermann 1780) is a small cervid belonging to the Cervidae family found in the Indonesian islands of Java and southern Sumatera.
The Secret Life Of The Zoo C4, 8pm FACTUAL Javan green magpies are some of the rarest in the world, with only 50 in existence.
The Javan green magpie, right, is perilously close to extinction in the wild and, with no recent sightings reported, the situation is only worsening.
NYT Syndicate Park rangers in Indonesia may have spotted an animal thought to live only in folklore and history books: a Javan tiger, declared extinct more than 40 years ago.
Javan tigers went extinct mainly as a result of loss of habitat and lack of food.
With just about 60 of t he animals left, the Javan rhinoceros is the rarest of the rhinos.
The new arrivals take the Javan green magpie population at the centre to 11.
THE MAJESTIC JAVAN hawk-eagle used to glide unnoticed through the humid Javan rainforests, striking the dwindling landscape with dashes of colour from its rufous plumage and white-tipped black crest.