The serow in the Himalayas looks like it is somewhere between the goat and the antelope.
Himalayan Serow Spotted in Assam State
03 March 2021 Current Affairs:Himalayan mammals are the latest creatures discovered in Assam. The serow in the Himalayas looks like it is somewhere between the goat and the antelope.
It was found in the Manas Tiger Reserve with an area of 950 square meters. It will reach 2 kilometers on December 3, 2020. This animal is a high-altitude animal, usually found at an altitude of 2,000 to 4,000 meters. The Himalayas are a subspecies of continental birds. This species is native to the Himalayas. The opium of the Himalayas was previously called Capricornis thar. It and the sides and hindquarters are mostly black. The thighs of this species are rusty red, while the calves are white. This species has been listed in CITES Appendix I. The scientific name of the mainland serow is Capricornis sumatraensis. The row people are native to China, the Himalayas and Southeast Asia. The sewn coat has bristle or coarse guard hair. The hair covers the fur layer closest to the sutured skin. The animal’s bristles are sewn between the shoulder cap bones covering the skin from the horns to the middle of the back. Males are characterized by horns and light in color. It is six inches in length and is slightly curved toward the animal’s back. The continental seam grows to six feet long. The weight of an adult se is about 150 kg.
Manas National Park is a national park and is listed as a World Natural Heritage by UNESCO. It is also the Tiger Project Sanctuary, Elephant Sanctuary and Biosphere Reserve. It is located in Assam in the foothills of the Himalayas. The reserve is adjacent to the Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan. It is known for its rare and endangered endemic wildlife, including Himalayan hares, Assam tortoises, pygmy pigs and golden leaf monkeys.