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Animals logged

Animals logged

ANIMAL and wildfowl actually sighted.

  1. Gaur (Bos gaurus)
  2. Banteng (Bos javanicus)
  3. Barking deer (Muntiacus muntjac)
  4. Wild pig (Sus scrofa)
  5. Asian wild dog (Cuon alpinus)
  6. Wild cat (Felis spp.)
  7. Tree squirrel (Tamiops spp.)
  8. Red headed vulture (Sar-cogyps calvus?)
  9. Wooly-necked stork (C-ia episcopus?)
  10. Red junglefowl (Gallus gallus)
  11. Hill myna (Gracula relig-iosa)
  12. Hoopoe (Upupa epops)
  13. Peacock (Pavo cristatus)
  14. Dove (Streptopelia spp.)
  15. Common kingfisher (Al-cedo atthis)
  16. Monitor lizards (Varanus salvator)

Indirect sightings based on footprints, skeletons, antlers, excrement

and/or quills:

  1. Sambar (Cervus unicolor)
  2. Tiger (Panthera tigris)
  3. Elephant (Elephas maxima)
  4. Porcupine (Hystrix spp.)

The existence of Hog deer and Eld's deer in the survey area has not been

proven, but was suspected due to the discovery of medium-sized deer

footprints.

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