Order : Artiodactyla
Family : Bovidae
Subfamily : Antilopinae
Species : Dorcatragus megalotis
The Beira antelope, beira is listed as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Facts about the beira
Beira is the name of a region (and former province) in north central Portugal. (Wiki)
Beira is administratively divided into the districts of Aveiro, Coimbra, Vizeu, Guarda and Castello Branco, while it is popularly regarded as consisting of the three sections Beira Alta or Upper Beira (Vizeu), north and west of the Serra da Estrella; Beira Baixa or Lower Beira (Guarda and Castello Branco), south and east of that range; and Beira Mar or Maritime Beira (Aveiro and Coimbra), coinciding with the former coastal province of Douro.
The Port of Beira is situated on the Pungoe river estuary in the city of Beira (Mozambique). (Wiki)
The Port of Beira is situated on the Pungoe river estuary.
Beira is situated on the Mozambique Channel (Indian Ocean) at the mouths of the Púngoè and Búzi rivers. (Full text)
Moimenta da Beira Moimenta da Beira in the news Moimenta da Beira is a Portuguese town in the district of Viseu, regiÃ£o Norte and subregiÃ£o of Douro, with about 2,400 inhabitants.
Beira, Mozambique Beira, Mozambique in the news Situated in north eastern Mozambique in the Sofala province, Beira is the country's second largest city with a population ranging from 350,000 to 500,000 people.
Encompassing the university city of Coimbra, the three provinces of the Beiras are the quintessence of Portugal. (Full text)
Stretching from the Spanish border to the sea, the Beiras are a transition between the cool green north and the parched south.More animals beginning with B