Taurotragus oryx

  title={Taurotragus oryx},
  author={Lindsay A. Pappas},

Status and population trend of the common eland in the Kenya Tanzania borderland: 2010 and 2013 survey analysis

The common eland is a highly adaptable species and can survive in landscapes where water is scarce. It is listed by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as a species of “Least

The Facial Integument of Centrosaurine Ceratopsids: Morphological and Histological Correlates of Novel Skin Structures

It is concluded that social selection (a broad form of intraspecific competition) is a more appropriate explanation for the diversity of centrosaurine ceratopsian ornaments in the Late Cretaceous.

Cast away on Mindoro island: lack of space limits population growth of the endangered tamaraw (Bubalus mindorensis)

Endangered species, despite often living at low population densities, may undergo unexpected density-dependent feedbacks in the case of successful recovery or marked reduction in range. Because

Cast away on Mindoro island: could density dependence threaten tamaraw (Bubalus mindorensis) on the long term?

The largest population of the tamaraw, a Critically Endangered species endemic to the Philippines, has been increasing in size at an average rate of +5% per year, as would be expected given its protected status by law, but this growth rate is relatively low compared to other similar-sized Bovinea species.

Cast away on Mindoro island: population dynamics of the critically endangered tamaraw (Bubalus mindorensis) at Mounts Iglit-Baco Natural Park

This study highlights that beyond the encouraging results of a continuous growth over the last two decades, the MIBNP tamaraw population remains subject to uncertainty of its long term viability.

Stable isotope evidence of late MIS 3 to middle Holocene palaeoenvironments from Sehonghong Rockshelter, eastern Lesotho

Evidence for human occupation of southern Africa's high‐altitude Maloti–Drakensberg Mountains is surprisingly common in the last glacial, yet the attraction of this relatively severe, cold region for

The evolution of milk composition and lactation strategy of the Columbian ground squirrel, Urocitellus columbianus

This work has shown that milk composition in a hibernating rodent; the Columbian ground squirrel, Urocitellus columbianus, is different from that of other mammals studied in this type of hibernation.

Suckling behavior of eland antelopes (Taurotragus spp.) under semi-captive and farm conditions

The results suggest that Derby elands that range over a large enclosure with dense vegetation cover adjust their maternal behavior in compliance with potential predator risk, facing a trade-off between nursing and vigilant behavior in the wild.