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The barasingha is found in the southwest and southeast regions of the park.
This deer was a graceful species similar in appearance to the barasingha.
An exciting conservation effort in this national park is the reintroduction of Barasingha.
Because of this distinctive character it is designated barasingha, meaning "twelve-tined."
Crocodiles and barasingha are also found in the Sundarbans.
Some barasingha will be relocated here from Kanha National Park.
Dudhwa National Park is a stronghold of the barasingha.
In Assamese, barasingha is called dolhorina; dol meaning swamp.
The paddocks formerly housed barasingha, Ankole cattle and sitatunga.
Grazing species such as the endangered barasingha and very common chital are gregarious and live in large herds.
The deer are generally of medium size and are similar to the size and shape of the barasingha.
The barasingha (Rucervus duvaucelii syn.
His first major project was to save a herd of barasingha in the neighbouring Sathiana range of the forestry reserve at Dudhwa.
Decades ago barasingha also used to thrive in Ratapani until they were hunted to extinction by Bhopali shikaaris (hunters).
Barasingha (Rucervus duvaucelii)
The park has a significant population of Royal Bengal Tiger, leopards, the sloth bear, Barasingha and Indian wild dog.
Indian blackbuck, nilgai, axis deer, fallow deer and barasingha can now be found on hunting ranches in Texas, where they were introduced for sport hunting.
There are many species of grass recorded at Kanha some of which are important for the survival of Barasingha (Cervus duvauceli branderi).
They prefer hunting large ungulates such as chital, sambar, gaur, and to a lesser extent also barasingha, water buffalo, nilgai, serow and takin.
Sambar, chital, barasingha, wild boar, gaur, nilgai and both water buffalo and domestic buffalo, in descending order of preference, are the tiger's favoured prey in India.
Rudyard Kipling in The Second Jungle Book featured a barasingha in the chapter "The Miracle of Purun Bhagat" by the name of "barasingh".
Asian Reserve This Reserve area is home to Asian animals including barasingha, blackbuck, chital, lowland anoa, sambar deer, Philippine spotted deer, and Asian water buffalo.
It includes the outdoor exhibits for the hippopotamus and Indian rhinoceros, as well as kaziranga, Bactrian camels, saurus crane, barasingha, lions, tigers, Przewalski's horses, wallabys, and emus.
The Swamp Deer or Barasingha was found in Mehrgarh in Baluchistan till 300 B.C. and probably became locally extinct due to over-hunting and loss of riverine habitat to cultivation.
These fertile plains consist of tropical seasonal moist deciduous, dry deciduous forests, and both dry and wet savannas that are home to chital, hog deer, barasingha, Indian sambar, and Indian muntjac.