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Tag Archives: The Wilds
Bison, buffalo…the name is disputed by some. Our tour guide informed us that when Europeans came to this country and saw these massive herds they called them buffalo after the only other types they had seen before. They were nearly … Continue reading
I first learned about this wild horse while studying the evolution of the equine species in a college biology class; I never thought I’d see let alone be this close to a real one. The Prezewalski or Dzungarian horse is … Continue reading
The Dhole is a canid native to Central, South and Southeast Asia. Other English names for the species include Asiatic wild dog, Indian wild dog, whistling dog, red dog, and mountain wolf. Wikipedia These beautiful dogs are on the endangered … Continue reading
The cheetah’s and the African painted dogs are two of the carnivores at The Wilds but there is one more that I will share with you tomorrow.
The Persian onager, also called the Persian wild ass or Persian zebra, is a subspecies of onager native to Iran. Their numbers in the wild were once in the thousands now it is around 600. They are listed as endangered.
With Persian Onagers. More about them tomorrow.
The takin, also called cattle chamois or gnu goat, is a goat-antelope found in the eastern Himalayas. The four subspecies are: B. t. taxicolor, the Mishmi takin; B. t. bedfordi, the Shaanxi takin or golden takin; B. t. Wikipedia Whatever … Continue reading
What do I mean by what can happen on a photo safari? Well, many things great and frustrating. The day you go on safari the weather could be terrible (very hot or very wet) or in the case of my … Continue reading
Common Eland Elands are the second largest species of antelope behind their relatives the giant elands. Both have those spectacular spiral horns. Pere David’s Deer This is a semi-aquatic species that prefers marshlands and is native to the sub … Continue reading