Nilgai / Boselaphus tragocamelus
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The Nilgai, also known as a Blue bull, is an antelope which was one of the most commonly seen wild animals of plains and low hills in northern India and eastern Pakistan. In the 1920 Nilgai have been introduced into Texas, where there are more than 30.000 living on game farms today. The nilgai is the biggest asian antelope. In the wild, females and young males gather in herds of about fifteen individuals while older males are often solitary. The IUCN classifies the Nilgai as LEAST CONCERN.
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