hyaena


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commn.), and nationally endangered Striped Hyaena (Hyaena hyaena) was killed by vehicles in the Dang Valley in 2015 (C.
The three other caves are Vanguard Cave, Hyaena Cave and Bennett's Cave.
A total of 33 were shot including a hyaena, wolves, a puma, a tiger, a black bear, polar bears, a lynx, racoons and a vulture.
Chief Shana claims people in his area lost 640 head of cattle, 420 goats and other livestock to predators such as lion and hyaena. He didn't say over what period, but I believe those figures to be perhaps dramatically inflated for the media (especially since Chief Nelukoba only lost sixteen goats) but whatever the figures are, they reflect a serious, possibly life-threatening loss to people who are living a subsistence existence off the land.
lion, leopards (2), hyaena and jackal) were treated with broad spectrum anthelmintic drug (combination of Fenbendazole, Pyrantel pamoate and Praziquantel).
Evaluation of Hyaena hyaena habitat in Khojir national park using HEP method.
Jims future may be to become a "laughable hyaena" (223) as Cornelius labels the Rajah, or, to put it more delicately, merely pathetic.
Myself my Sepulchre, a moving Grave." (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.
South Wales, a Mousterian site and hyaena den: a report on the University of Cambridge excavations," Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society London, vol.
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.