An antelope (Antelope rsvikapara) is an antelope of the genus Bovida. It is found in the plains of India. As they have grown up with leopards, leopards are their main prey. These black antelopes are very fast runners and they rely on their fast running to escape from the clutches of their main predators. Currently their prey is wolves and leopards. This black antelope can form a herd in the hundreds. However, most antelopes are in herds of 5 to 50.
In which area are the main black antelope colonies located?
Currently this black antelope is found mainly in India. They are also found in small numbers in Nepal. They prefer to live in open settlements such as meadows and dark forests so that they can see predators from afar and in addition they can get pasture. Hunting of this black antelope has been banned in India under the ‘Wildlife Conservation Act, 1972’. This amazingly graceful creature belongs to the genus Antelope, which includes animals such as the Gazelle, the Jericho and the Springback. These black antelope are accustomed to spread throughout the Indian subcontinent, except in the Western Ghats of India, but as the human population continues to grow, so does the population decline.
In the last 20 years, the number of black antelopes in India has dropped from 80,000 to only 8,000
In 1947, there were about 80,000 black antelopes in India, but in the next 20 years, in 1964, their population dropped to only 8,000. Thus over a period of 20 years their population has dwindled to one tenth of what it was before. However, due to Gundi National Park IIT Madras Campus, Point Calimere and Velandu Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu and areas of Haryana and Rajasthan, their population has now increased to 25000. Leading aspects of the body of this black antelope are the male antelope’s twisting horns, the horns of which are twisted from their base to the tail. Their horns can grow from a maximum of 20 inches to 24 inches! The female of this antelope gives birth to two cubs in a year.
What kind of trees are cedars?
This ‘seed cedar’ tree is called Himalayan ‘seed cedar’ or ‘cedar tree’. The species is found in Afghanistan, in the western Himalayan region, especially in the ‘Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’ region, in the Jammu and Kashmir region of India, in Himachal Pradesh, in Uttarakhand, in the states of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and in Darjeeling in West Bengal. These trees grow in altitudes of 1500 m – 3200 m (4921 ft – 10499 ft). They are large evergreen coniferous trees. These trees range in height from 40 meters to 50 meters (starting from 131 feet to 164 feet in height). Exceptionally they can even reach a height of 60 meters (197 feet)! Their trunks are 3 meters (10 feet) in diameter (thickness).
Seeds cedar trees are evergreen conifers
The ‘Seedus Devadaru’ is a species of cedar tree native to the Himalayas. These trees are evergreen conifers. These trees have a conical shape at their apex. The branches of this tree, the branches are level or bent. Their leaves are needle-shaped. The leaves are 2.5 cm long. – 5 cm. (0.98 inches – 1.97 inches). Rarely do these leaves reach 7 cm. It also has a length of (2.8 inches). The thickness of these leaves is 1 mm. Have. The leaves are light green to light green in color. The botanical name of this tree which is also its English name is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Devadaru’ which means ‘Tree of God’.
91200 animal species and 45500 plant species were identified from 10 biogeographic areas of India.
India is one of the recognized countries in the world for its rich biodiversity. India has 7% to 8% of all the recorded species of animals and plants in our world. Of the 34 globally recognized hotspot hotspots, 4 of the biodiversity hotspots are in the Himalayas, India-Burma, Western Ghats, Sri Lanka and Sundaland in India. India has so far been a vast treasure trove of traditional knowledge linked to research sources. 91200 species of animals and 45500 species of plants have been identified from 10 biogeographic areas of India.
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