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Wild boar Wild boar is another artiodactyl inhabitant of forests. There are also names for cleaver, boar, but the most characteristic is a wild pig. It is boars that are the ancestors of all known domestic pigs and, accordingly, belong to the pig family. This animal lives almost everywhere where...

The Central Asian ibex

The Central Asian ibex (Siberian) — Capra sibiriсa. The geographical distribution of the mountain goat covers the Sayans, Altai, Tarbagatai, the Tien Shan and Pamir-Alai systems, the mountains of the northwestern part of the Mongolian people's Republic (including the Gobi Altai), the Western parts of Kuen LUN, Tibet and the...

Matison Argali

Marco Polo Argali it is also called the Pamir argali. It is named after Marco Polo, the Venetian merchant and traveler Large argali weighing up to 300 pounds. The bases of the horns are more massive than those of the Marco Polo argali, and form a denser spiral with little...

Bukhara Urial

The Bukhara mountain sheep (urial) (Latin: Ovis vignei) is a mammal from the genus of sheep (Ovis) of the order Bovidae. Its Habitat in Central Asia is South-Western Kazakhstan, Mir region of India. Bukhara mountain sheep in recent years in the Republic of Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran and...

Bukhara Markhor

The marhur or screw-Horned goat (Capra falconeri). The name "marhur" is derived from the Persian words Mar - " snake "and Hur — "eater" and is associated with the beliefs of the inhabitants of Tajikistan that the screw-horned goat deliberately searches for snakes and eats them. In addition, they believed...

Marco Polo Argali

Marco Polo Argali it is also called the Pamir argali. It is named after Marco Polo, the Venetian merchant and traveler who was the first European to describe this species. Height at the withers 112-120 cm, weight up to 135 kg. The horns are twisted in a spiral with the...