RED GORAL/Behaviour, Distribution, Habitat, Size, Weight, IUCN stetus

RED GORAL


DESCRIPTION: A small fox-red goral, it has a dark back, paler undersides and a bright chestnut front. The muzzle has white around the lips, and a white spot on the forehead indicates a young animal. The scrotum is white, as are the insides of the small ears.
BEHAVIOUR: Prefers sunny slopes when feeding.
DISTRIBUTION: Eastern Arunachal Pradesh.
HABITAT: Steep, rocky woodland and scrub, higher and in moister forests than other goral species.

Size: 60–110 cm

Wt: 20–30 kg

IUCN Status: Vulnerable

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