Japanese serow

Japanese serow

Order : Artiodactyla
Family : Bovidae
Subfamily : Caprinae
Species : Naemorhedus crispus


Facts about the Japanese serow

, 1997) Conservation Status The Japanese serow is considered a low risk, conservation dependent species by the IUCN (1996). (Full text)

Tanaka, one of the member of the agricultural cooperative, said "Actually, Japanese Serow is friendly and I personally like it.

Japanese serow is protected as a special natural monument. (Full text)

The Japanese serow is a mountainous, endangered species in Japan that is being conserved at the Japanese Serow Center on Gozaisho Mountain.

The Japanese serow is typical solitary and territorial mammal inhabiting closed habitats (Kawamichi et al.

His account of the status of the goats in Asia, including the Japanese serow, is new to wildlife enthusiasts.

Japanese serows are found exclusively in the Japanese regions of Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. (Full text)

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