Takin

The takin (n; Budorcas taxicolor; {bo|t=ར་རྒྱ་|w=ra rgya}), also called cattle chamois or gnu goat, is a goat-antelope found in the eastern Himalayas. The four subspecies are: B. t. taxicolor, the Mishmi takin; B. t. bedfordi, the Shaanxi takin or golden takin; B. t. tibetana, the Tibetan or Sichuan takin; and B. t. whitei, the Bhutan ...
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takin

(species Budorcas taxicolor), heavily built hoofed mammal of Southeast Asia, belonging to the family Bovidae (order Artiodactyla). The takin lives ...
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takin

gnu goat noun large heavily built goat antelope of eastern Himalayan area
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takin

heavily built Himalayan goatlike ruminant
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takin

takin (tukēn') , hoofed mammal, Budorcas toxicolor, found in Asia, most closely related to the musk ox. The takin is oxlike in build and may reach a shoulder height of 3 1/2 ft (107 cm). It has a large head with a broad blunt muzzle; both sexes have high-set, outward-curving horns. Takins ...
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Takin

The takin (Budorcas taxicolor) is a large, shaggy, horned, ruminant mammal related to the musk ox and native to Tibet, Bhutan and northern Burma where they live in small herds in the mountains. The takin stands about one metre tall at the shoulder and has very stout limbs and thick black horns which curve at first outwards and then backwards.
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takin

[n] - large heavily built goat antelope of eastern Himalayan area
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