This distinguishes them from the odd-toed hoofed mammals , whose weight is borne primarily by their third toe alone. The artiodactyls include animals such as cattle, goats, deer, sheep, antelope, camels, llamas, pigs, hippopotamuses, and many others. There are about species of even-toed hoofed mammals alive today. Artiodactyls range in size from the mouse deer or 'chevrotains' of Southeast Asia that are barely bigger than a rabbit, to the giant hippopotamus, which weighs some three tons. Giraffes, which are not so heavy as the giant hippopotamus, are indeed large in another way—what they lack in bulk they make up for in height, with some species reaching as much as 18 feet tall.
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Meet 6 Small and Bizarre Deer Species
Meet 6 Small and Bizarre Deer Species - Cool Green Science
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Large ungulate populations in Southeast Asia have collapsed due to commercial poaching, but little is known about patterns of population recovery after poaching has been controlled. Using a sign-based index of abundance, we measured 6-year trends in abundance and habitat use of five ungulate species after poaching ceased at a site in Thailand. Regression slopes of annual indices against time indicated population growth rates r of 0. View via Publisher.
South-east Asia's hoofed animals under threat - in pictures
India is home to a large number of deer species, antelopes, Goat-antelopes and bovid family. The savanna and grasslands ecoregion of Indian Subcontinent are one of the last remaining habitats in Asia for herbivore wild animals such as Jumping Blackbucks, Barking Deers, big horned barasingha and the largest Asian antelope, Nilgai. Antelopes family,Wild Goat and Deer species of India are one of the most common seen wild animals in the forest and national parks.
It was so amazing to see the animal in the wild, rather than in captivity. Today, that is the memory that drives my work to protect the Large-Antlered Muntjac, which is much less common than the Red Muntjac that I saw in the park that day. But the Large-antlered Muntjac is one of two Critically Endangered species the other is the Saola Nguyen has never seen, but is passionately helping to save.