Top 10 similar words or synonyms for muntiacus

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for muntiacus

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Wildlife of Laos Ungulates include the pot-bellied pig ("Sus scrofa domestica"), Javan rhinoceros ("Rhinoceros sondaicus"), banteng ("Bos javanicus"), kouprey ("Bos sauveli"), saola ("Pseudoryx nghetinhensis"), Indian muntjac ("Muntiacus muntjak"), giant muntjac ("Muntiacus vuquangensis") and Truong Son muntjac ("Muntiacus truongsonensis"). There are many rodents, including the ricefield rat ("Rattus argentiventer") and the recently discovered Pauline's limestone rat ("Saxatilomys paulinae"), Laotian giant flying squirrel ("Biswamoyopterus laoensis") and Laotian rock rat ("Laonastes aenigmamus"), the latter being a Lazarus taxon. The lesser false vampire bat ("Megaderma spasma") is found in Laos, and endemic species of bat include the Phou Khao Khouay leaf-nosed bat ("Hipposideros khaokhouayensis"). The long-eared gymnure ("Hylomys megalotis") is another mammal endemic to Laos.
Hat Khanom – Mu Ko Thale Tai National Park Mammals – Sus scrofa (wild pig), monkey, semno, squirrel, Menetes berdmorei (Indochinese ground squirrel), Naemorhedus sumatraensis, Muntiacus muntjak, Ursus malayanus, tiger, barking deer, gibbon, and Malayan sun bear.
Kaeng Chet Khwae National Park Among the animal species in the park are: Muntiacus muntjak, wild boar, monkey, langur, masked palm civet, porcupine, rabbit and many bird, reptile and fish species.
Y chromosome Outside of the rodent family, the black muntjac, "Muntiacus crinifrons", evolved new X and Y chromosomes through fusions of the ancestral sex chromosomes and autosomes.
Karyotype A spectacular example of variability between closely related species is the muntjac, which was investigated by Kurt Benirschke and his colleague Doris Wurster. The diploid number of the Chinese muntjac, "Muntiacus reevesi", was found to be 46, all telocentric. When they looked at the karyotype of the closely related Indian muntjac, "Muntiacus muntjak", they were astonished to find it had female = 6, male = 7 chromosomes.