Eland is a type of Asian Antelope. There are many endangered species in India. It is the largest Asian antelope. It is blue gray in color. It is found in India, Pakistan and Nepal.
What is the name of a central Asian antelope?
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Could you supply the names of central Asian antelopes?
The pear most likeky originated in the country of Georgia, as there are a variety of wild pears there. But maybe it's Kazakhstan, since apples originated there. The Asian pear looks very similar to an apple. Asian pears could be a hybrid between wild pears from the Caucasus and wild apples of Central Asia. It could, but tigers would prefer eating animals like antelopes, deer, and young buffaloes.
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The Eurasian Steppe , also called the Great Steppe or the steppes , is the vast steppe ecoregion of Eurasia in the temperate grasslands, savannas, and shrublands biome. The Steppe route is a predecessor not only of the Silk Road which developed during antiquity and the Middle Ages , but also of the Eurasian Land Bridge in the modern era. The Eurasian Steppe extends thousands of miles from near the mouth of the Danube almost to the Pacific Ocean. There is no clear southern boundary although the land becomes increasingly dry as one moves south. The steppe narrows at two points, dividing it into three major parts.