Pseudoryx nghetinhensis

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Synonyms for Pseudoryx nghetinhensis

cow-like creature with the glossy coat of a horse and the agility of a goat and the long horns of an antelope

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Similarly, the saola (Pseudoryx nghetinhensis) is one of the most threatened mammals in Southeast Asia.
Six day embryos of the Saola deer (Pseudoryx Nghetinhensis) have also been obtained by means of the cloning method and are currently kept frozen, waiting to be implanted on to a surrogate mother (Service Presse INRA).
Prominent among them is Alan Rabinowitz, who was instrumental in the discovery of an antelope-like mammal called the saola (Pseudoryx nghetinhensis).
From these remains, and others from 20 different individuals, zoologists and molecular biologists in Copenhagen and Cambridge were able to piece together the son duong and give it a formal scientific name, Pseudoryx nghetinhensis. Two years after, in 1994, a living specimen was finally captured, a female with very short horns, that actually lives in the Vu Quang (Vietnam) reserve.
A new species of Vietnamese ox, weighting approximately 100 kilos and known as Saola or Vu Quang Ox (Pseudoryx Nghetinhensis) was discovered in 1993 (Dung et al., 1993 and 1994).