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Photographed by rare animal saola 23.07.2014 Photographed by rare animal saola

In September last year in Vietnam for the first time in 15 years was photographed rare animals Saola. Now environmentalists hope for recovery of the species. Saola Mammal Discovered in a remote mountainous area of Vietnam bordering Laos in 1992. While forwarding the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Vietnam Forestry Agency revealed in a house hunter skull with unusual horns. It turned out that it is unknown to science artiodactyl mammal. Saola was the first large mammals, scientists open for more than 50 years. Last time in the wild Saola seen in 1998. What is the population of this species is unknown. It is possible that it decreases as Saola fall into the trap that locals put on the deer and tsyvetu and die. According to the WWF, the population Saola is no more than a few...

The Pied Bat or Badger Bat (Niumbaha superba) 30.04.2014 The Pied Bat or Badger Bat (Niumbaha superba)

The Pied Bat or Badger Bat ( Niumbaha superba ) – kind of bats of the family Vespertilionidae (Vespertilionidae). Although this first bat that color reminds panda, scientists have observed in the Sudan in 1939, but only now they were able to describe and identify the type, called Niumbaha superba . While the view was placed in the genus Glauconycteris under the name Glauconycteris superba . After the study identified it as a separate genus, named Niumbaha, Zande language that means "rare." The species is distributed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana and South Sudan. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry or wet lowland forests. Is threatened by habitat loss due to deforestation.

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