Bangladesh; Bhutan; Cambodia; China; India; Indonesia; Laos; Malaysia; Myanmar; Nepal; Thailand; Vietnam
The Mainland Serow is a forest dwelling mammal, and inhabits mountain slopes with rugged steep hills and rocky places from 100 m to 4,000 m They also inhabit lowland montane forests with gentler terrain, including flat areas with shrubs (Li et al. 2012). Mainland Serow, including the Sumatran Serow (C. s. sumatraensis; restricted to Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand). Although the Mainland Serow occupies a distribution range encompassing over eleven countries, their populations are fragmented, isolated and in rapid decline due to poaching, habitat loss and destruction throughout their range.
Mainland Serows are gentle forest-dwelling #ungulates that are vulnerable on @IUCNredlist across SE #Asia from #poaching and #rainforest #destruction for #palmoil and other #agricultureTweet
An Indochinese Serow Capricornis maritimus, a sub-species of the Mainland Serow
Phan, T.D., Nijhawan, S., Li, S. & Xiao, L. 2020. Capricornis sumatraensis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2020: e.T162916735A162916910. https://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2020-2.RLTS.T162916735A162916910.en. Downloaded on 24 January 2021.
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