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  • Nilgiri Tahr

    Nilgiri Tahr

    As per the current survey, there is a total population of 3,000 Nilgiti Tahr in India, inclusive of smaller species which haven't been documented in the past.

  • Green Pheasant - The National Bird Of Japan

    Green Pheasant - The National Bird Of Japan

    The Green Pheasant is unofficially the National Bird of Japan. It is believed that Pheasants can detect an earthquake a few minutes before the happening and make loud sounds.

  • Pharaoh Hound - The National Animal Of Malta

    Pharaoh Hound - The National Animal Of Malta

    A rare breed of dog, the Pharaoh Hound is the national hound of Malta. A popular myth holds that the breed is descended from the Tesem, one of the ancient Egyptian hunting dogs.

  • Hoopoe - The National Bird Of Israel

    Hoopoe - The National Bird Of Israel

    The Hoopoe is the national bird of Israel. It was chosen as Israel's national bird back in the year 2008, following a national survey, outpolling the white-spectacled bulbul.

  • Fakhta Bird / Collared Dove

    Fakhta Bird / Collared Dove

    Fakhta/Fakta is an urdu/Persian name for collared Dove. Unlike pigeons, Doves cannot be tamed and do not like interacting with humans.

  • Tarsier - Small Species Of Primate

    Tarsier - Small Species Of Primate

    Tarsiers have another unique feature: they can rotate their head for 180 degrees without moving the rest of the body. This helps them remain "silent" while waiting for the prey to appear.

  • Chakor / Chukar Patridge

    Chakor / Chukar Patridge

    In India, there is a myth that Chakor flies around the moon or keeps staring at it. This chicken like bird prefers to run and can barely fly.