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That damage unleashed hordes of monkeys, wild birds, llamas, vipers, cougars, gazelles, and, according to some reports, one lion.
Breathtaking numbers of weary wildebeests, zebras, gazelles, impala, and eland face this watery challenge during the world’s largest animal migration—a life-and-death lottery.
The Al Maha Resort is within the boundaries of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, an 87-square-mile slice of the Arabian Desert that is home to oryx, gazelle and wild cats.
Wild populations of Thomson's gazelles, named after a late 19th-century Scottish explorer, have been decreasing in Africa.
There were giraffes, lemurs, monkeys, cheetahs, gazelles, antelope, and hyenas.
Its fauna includes mammals such as Dorcas, gazelles, pale fox, and golden jackals.
More than 400 bird and 100 mammal species call it home, including an annual migration of 1.2 million gazelle and antelope that rivals the running wildebeest of the Serengeti.
Most of the animal bones come from gazelles, but there were also the cut and broken bones of hartebeests, wildebeests, zebras, buffalos, porcupines, hares, tortoises, freshwater mollusks, snakes and ostrich eggs.
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Origin and Etymology of gazelle
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: a small animal that is a kind of antelope and that is very graceful and fast
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