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Conducting their studies in the period between late November and early March of each year, scientists first task was to learn to distinguish the saiga from other local animals, including sheep, horses, cows, and camels.
Despite its shortcomings, the Saiga 12 has proven very popular and the commercial market is very interested in magazine-fed designs.
It is noteworthy that, Saiga Investment Company is a subsidiary of DAL Group which is owned by the Sudanese businessman Osama Dawood.
Caption: LEFT: The IUCN lists many of the species featured in Planet Earth II, such as the saiga antelope, as being at various levels of 'endangered; ABOVE: Will future sertes make more of the human impact on the ecosystems, whether natural or man-made?
Guinea for, inter alia, arresting and detaining the Saiga and its crew
The number of saiga died of pasteurellosis is exceeding 120,000 in Kazakhstan, the Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan said Wednesday.
Matt Atana prevailed over Cagayan Valley's Lord Hanz Floyd Saiga, who posted 10.
They helped also fathers with small children or without children, but these fathers had to make them presents for their work, usually a goat, which was slaughtered and consumed at a common meal of a Saiga to which the female members had to bring the ugali.
One of the men was reportedly armed with a Saiga rifle.
23) The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea upheld this framework in the M/V Saiga case, noted above, and the Arbitral Tribunal created under UNCLOS has endorsed it in at least one subsequent case as well.
Before the collapse of the Soviet Union, a million Saiga antelopes roamed the steppes of Central Asia.