TITLE

Elusive 'Asian Unicorn' Caught on Camera in Remote Area of Vietnam

PUB. DATE
November 2013
SOURCE
Moderate Voice;11/16/2013, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Blog Entry
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers information on a rare mammal known as saola and also referred to as the 'Asian Unicorn' for its two long sharp horns pointed horns on its head. It states that the endangered animal belongs to Southeast Asia and is named so because of its rarity. It also mentions that it was first discovered in the year 1992 and photographed by a camera trap set up in the Central Annamite Mountain region of Vietnam by Vietnamese wildlife officials and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
ACCESSION #
92115775

 

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