Gaur

Uploaded: June 23, 2020 | Entered: August 24, 2020 05:04:56

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The gaur, also called the Indian bison, is native to South and Southeast Asia and has been listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List since 1986. The global population has been estimated at maximum 21,000 mature individuals by 2016. It declined by more than 70% during the last three generations, and is extinct in Sri Lanka and probably also in Bangladesh. In well-protected areas, it is stable and increasing. It is one of the tallest species among the wild cattle, reaching a shoulder height of up to 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in).

Exif: Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70; Shutter Speed: 10/8000; Aperture: f/5.0; ISO: ; Orientation: 1; Date: 2020:06:23 08:43:45

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