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Bovidae family Information, Pics and Videos

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( This post was last modified: 01-30-2019, 05:35 PM by Sanju )

Bovids include Bovines, Antelopes, other genera etc..,



The view!

Photo by @ragulankathirnathan
I went to india without any expectation except capturing a nilgiri tahr standing on the cliff, got it and this nilgiritahr tahr just had the deep valley in front stil he was courageous to stand on the cliff.
Ps. White spots on the pics are rain drops.

The Nilgiri tahr (Nilgiritragus hylocrius) known locally as the Nilgiri ibex or simply ibex, is an ungulate that is endemic to the Nilgiri Hills and the southern portion of the Western Ghats in the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in Southern India. It is the state animal of Tamil Nadu. Despite its local name, it is more closely related to the sheep of the genus Ovis than the ibex and wild goats of the genus Capra.

Post stuff, pics and vids about Bovids......
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The incredible ibex climbs a dam - Forces of Nature with Brian Cox: Episode 3 - BBC One

The spectacular sight of mountain goats defying gravity on a vertical dam wall in Italy, and all because they are have a craving for some of Earth's elements essential to life.
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( This post was last modified: 03-03-2019, 05:05 PM by Sanju )



Musk Ox roaming the land

Photo by @stiannorum
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Question for those in the know. Historically, during the Holocene, were bison ever native to California?
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The most beautiful antelope on the planet imo. Excellent video capturing their behavior. Delightful to watch.
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It’s not all that often you come across a buffalo bull of this size & stature. And his still a relatively young bull at that.
Young bulls are distinguished from the older boys by their less impressive boss (the top of the horns). Once the two horns start to grow into one another you can start to tell that it’s an older buffalo.
I love buffalo’s! Full of attitude & character!

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