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Marli Rocha


Free Mitglied, York

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  • Marli Rocha 19. November 2012, 10:29

    Newborn calves are able to run with the herd immediately after birth. Both males and females possess permanent horns. The horns are narrow, and straight except in the scimitar oryx, where they curve backwards like a scimitar. The horns are lethal — the oryx has been known to kill lions with them, and oryxes are thus sometimes called the sabre antelope (not to be confused with the sable antelope). The horns also make the animals a prized game trophy, which has led to the near-extinction of the two northern species. RG, Marli
  • Hansi F. 18. November 2012, 22:16

    Haette mich mal interessiert welchen Ueberlebensvorteil entwicklungsgeschichtlich derartig lange Hoerner dargestellt hat.
    LG Hansi
  • Tante Emma 91 2. Oktober 2012, 17:21

    KLasse, ein Erlebnis!

    LG EMMA
  • JOKIST 1. Oktober 2012, 22:01

    = = = BRAVO = = =

    LG Ingrid und Hans
  • Marli Rocha 1. Oktober 2012, 19:26

    Oryx is one of four large antelope species of the genus Oryx. Three of the species are native to arid parts of Africa, with a fourth native to the Arabian Peninsula. Their fur is pale with contrasting dark markings in the face and on the legs, and their long horns are almost straight. The exception is the scimitar oryx, which lacks dark markings on the legs, only has faint dark markings on the head, has an ochre neck, and horns that are clearly decurved.
  • Reinhard... 1. Oktober 2012, 19:10

    beautiful ones, rearly spezies you have seen...

    cheers...Reinhard

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