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Gaur

Physical feature: A mature animal may stand 64 to 72 inches high at the shoulder and the total length is 11-12 feet including tail. It weighs 700-1000 kg. Males are having dark brown to black coat colour, whereas, the cows and young tend to be reddish. The salient physical features of these animals include large and massive upward horns, huge heads, convex roman noses, deep massive bodies with sturdy limbs and short tails with a small black tassel. There is a ridge in the middle of the skull between the horns. It has a prominent dorsal ridge formed by the extension spinous processes of the third to eleventh vertebrae terminating abruptly near the middle of 'the back. There is a small dewlap below the chin.
Behaviour: Indian bisons forage in the forests. However, they come out onto the meadows only to eat and drink during the hot season. They are generally found in small herds comprising eight to twelve animals. Bull usually leads a solitary life or associate with other males in bull herds except rut. The "lateral display" is the striking behaviour pattern of the Indian bison and appears to one of the important means by which bull establishes the rank without actual physical contact.
Life span: Caur may live up to 25 years of age.

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