- Markhor Final. Edition Date – 8/26/2005. Researched and written by the Friends of the Rosamond Gifford Zoo Education Volunteers.
- CONSERVATION AND STATUS OF MARKHOR (Capra falconeri) IN
- encourage involvement of local communities in conservation of markhor and population of markhor in community managed conservation areas (CMCA).
- The Markhor has tightly curled, corkscrew-like horns that are present in both sexes. These horns can be up to 64 inches in length.
- Got change?: Decimal coins soon to be in museums
- In 1976, the government had issued a gold coin in Rs3,000 denomination to commemorate the conservation of Astor Markhor. In 1977, to commemorate the Islamic Summit Conference the government also issued a gold coin in Rs1,000 denominations.
- Markhor - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Markhor are 65 to 115 centimetres tall at the shoulder.
- Markhor. Taxonomy. Capra falconeri [Wagner, 1839].
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- Animal Info - Markhor
- May 1, 2005 The markhor is a member of the goat family which may weigh up to 110 kg (240 lb).
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