Sarah R. Synonyms available in Grubb castaneus Lydekker, ; finschi Matschie, ; hemionos Boddaert, ; typicus Sclater, ; blanfordi Pocock, ; hemippus I. It also extended through the Arabian Peninsula as far south as central Saudi Arabia.
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Conservation Genetics. Remaining populations in Central Asia outside of the Mongolian Gobi are small and fragmented. Questions concerning subpopulation status remain disputed and concerns over the viability of these populations have been raised because of small size, past bottlenecks, or recent founder events.
A member of the subgenus Asinusthe onager was described and given its binomial name by German zoologist Peter Simon Pallas in Five subspecies have been recognized, one of which is extinct. They are reddish-brown or yellowish-brown in color and have broad dorsal stripe on the middle of the back.
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In the late Pleistocene, Equus hemionus flourished as far east as West Germany. Currently, at least one subspecies has been found in Russia, China, Iran, and India. However, the major population over half the total number of E.
The Turkmenian kulan Equus hemionus kulanalso called Transcaspian wild assTurkmenistani onager or simply the kulanis a subspecies of onager Asiatic wild ass native to Central Asia. It was declared Endangered in In the 12th century, the greatest military general the world has ever seen, Genghis Khandecreed that no one in his empire—except his armies—could hunt them for most of the year.
I got my first glimpse of Asian wild ass last week. The mule-like beasts were grazing on the edge of a meltwater lake near Maduo, at an altitude of about 4,m on the Tibetan plateau. Though they were several hundred metres away, I could make out the sandy brown and white markings and long ears of five of the hoofed mammals, known in Tibetan as Kiang.