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Gazella bennettii

English: Chinkara, also known as the Indian Gazelle, is found in the dry arid regions of western and north western India, predominantly. It is seen as a solitary animal or in small herds in the dry scrubland, and feeds on the dry brush and leaves.

Gir forest, Gujarat

Photographed by S. Shankar <promacs1 at yahoo . com>


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