- Kashmir Musk Deer Seen in Afghanistan for First Time in 60 Years
- The Kashmir musk deer (Moschus cupreus) – a small animal with vampire-like fangs – still lives in the eastern forests of Afghanistan more than 60 years after the last confirmed sighting in the country.
- Wildlife under threat from Asia's poaching crisis – in pictures
- It's not just tigers, elephants and rhinos that are threatened by poaching. As Nepal hosts a Zero Poaching in Asia symposium this week, the WWF highlight 10 lesser-known Asian species being slaughtered to satisfy a growing demand for illegal wildlife ...
- Poaching tigers, and all the rest!
- Some of the WWF headliners are musk deer, Moschus moschiferus. They are sought after for the ubiquitous Chinese medicines and the perfume industry, while we have regularly covered the delightful Chinese habit of milking sun bears, Helarctos malayanus ...
- Russia's rare breeds: Ten species that are endemic to northern Asia
- Musk deer are great jumpers, capable of changing their direction 90 degrees as they run. The deer is another animal that has a musk scent. Its Latin name, moschus moschiferus, means "giving off musk".
- Going viral - First-ever photos: Golden eagle attacks, kills sika deer
- 1961, Ratcliffe and Rowe 1979, Hal- das 1983),; Siberian musk deer (Moschus moschiferus; Hept- ner et al. 1961),; pronghorn (Antilocapra americana; Deblin- ger and Alldredge 1996, Wagner 2000),; mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus; Hamel and Cote ...
Moschiferus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Moschiferus books and related discussion.
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