hyaena


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Over 100 elephants were killed, but so were lions, hyaenas, vultures, buffalo and kudu.
lion, leopards (2), hyaena and jackal) were treated with broad spectrum anthelmintic drug (combination of Fenbendazole, Pyrantel pamoate and Praziquantel).
In 2009 the boundary was increased to 5400 ha and it is now run as a commercial reserve with South African giraffe Giraffa camelopardalis giraffe, plains, bush and mountain antelope and a number of carnivores, the largest being the brown hyena Hyaena brunnea and leopard.
Evaluation of Hyaena hyaena habitat in Khojir national park using HEP method.
23) When Dalila pleads for forgiveness, he reviles her as a Hyaena feeding on the wreckage, feigning remorse for her "rash .
Among the carnivorans, it is also significant the presence of Canis etruscus and the surprising record of Hyaena brunnea in Fonelas P-1 (Arribas, 2008).
Although flood plains were economically attractive to early humans, they were also very dangerous because, just as the zone's rich fat and protein resources attracted humans, they also attracted big cats like lion and hyaena.
According to the report on hunting concessions in The Namibian: The species to be hunted include elephant, leopard, roan, spotted hyaena, blue wildebeest, duiker, steenbok, buffalo, hippopotamus, crocodile, sable, lechwe, eland, giraffe, Hartman zebra, kudu, impala, eland, warthog, oryx, and klipspringer.
Brisson, 1762): rejected for nomenclatural purposes, with the conservation of the mammalian generic names Philander (Marsupialia), Pteropus (Chiroptera), Glis, Cuniculus and Hydrochoerus (Rodentia), Meles, Lutra and Hyaena (Carnivora), Tapirus (Perissodactyla), Tragulus and Giraffa (Artiodactyla).
As late as 1845, George Wallin described herds of gazelle (Gazella species), oryx (Oryx leucoryx), ostrich (Struthio camelus syriacus), ibex (Capra ibex), hyenas (Hyaena hyaena sultana), and wolves (Canis lupus arabs) in northern Arabia.
One of the most interesting cases is that of the extinct European hyena (Hyaena hyaena prisca) was divided into two species based on size.
It is found that Indian wolf and Striped Hyaena have gone extinct from the study area.
Oreste Trabucco sorts through the Intellectual complexities and personal conflicts involved in separating the mythical zibelhicum animal amerkanum from the hyaena odorifera on the terrains of illustration, description, and anatomy.
Estimating the size of spotted hyaena (Crocuta crocuta) populations through playback recordings allowing for non-response.