Nilgiri 'Tahr' (Endangered Species), Munnar, Kerala, India 02

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Đoka Ćutak on June 7, 2014

Jako lepo, kao kamene skulpture. F/L. Pozdrav iz Srbije, Đorđe

Biplab Kumar Pal on June 7, 2014

Thank you Djordje, best regards from India, Biplab.

Pepino on June 10, 2014

perfectly shot, ysl!!!!

Biplab Kumar Pal on June 11, 2014

Thank you very much Pepino. Best regards, Biplab.

albertLM on July 27, 2014

beautiful trio,nice photograph!




Biplab Kumar Pal on August 3, 2014

Thank you very much albertLM, best regards, Biplab.

Elzio dos Reis Marso… on December 31, 2014

Interessante registro. Parabéns pela foto.

Biplab Kumar Pal on January 2, 2015

Thanks a lot Elzio. Regards for the visit.

ScotchHeather on April 4, 2015

Endangered, are they? They look pretty DANGEROUS to me, would not like to contact with those horns! Great picture. L139. ScotchHeather.

Biplab Kumar Pal on April 5, 2015

Hunting and poaching in the nineteenth century reduced their population to as few as 100 animals by the early 20th century. Since that time their populations have increased somewhat due to preservation policies, and presently total number found about 2000 Tahrs (local name Ibex). Their range extends over 400 kilometres from north to south of Kerala, India. Eravikulam National Park is home to the largest population about 900 as per census 2014. Thank you very much ScotchHeather for the visit. Best wishes from India. Biplab.

ScotchHeather on April 5, 2015

Thank you Biplab, for that interesting information.

Biplab Kumar Pal on April 12, 2015

Welcome & best wishes ScothHeather, Biplab.

Patrick Barreaux on July 12, 2015

☆45☆140 J'❤ Amitiés Patrick

Biplab Kumar Pal on July 13, 2015

Thanks Patrick. Best regards, Biplab.

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