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International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies

2019, Vol. 6 Issue 2, Part B
Rare photo capture of Indian Gazelle (Gazella bennettii Skyees 1831) through trap camera in Kuno wildlife sanctuary, north western Madhya Pradesh, central India
Author(s): Udaya Kumar Das
Abstract: An intensive carnivore survey and deployment of camera trap for photo capture of tiger, leopard and other predators was conducted for a period of 8 months in Kuno wildlife sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh, in Central India. The ultimate camera trap results so many gathered data on every ungulate prey base including Chinkara and other ungulate species. It confirms the prey base diversity in the central zone of India. Being a diurnal species the Chinkara, it is difficult to came in photo capture at night time, however the animals came in photo capture during 24 hour operated cameras in day times.
Pages: 87-88  |  265 Views  17 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Udaya Kumar Das. Rare photo capture of Indian Gazelle (Gazella bennettii Skyees 1831) through trap camera in Kuno wildlife sanctuary, north western Madhya Pradesh, central India. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2019; 6(2): 87-88.
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