Facts About Serow
The Serow is a species of goat-antelope that used to be found in Central, East and Southeast Asia. Today, they are very rare and mostly found on wild reserves.
The Serow is a solitary and territorial animal.
Do you know! Not only the Serow jump from rock to rock and scale steep areas, It can also climb trees and swim to nearby offshore islands.
It has clearly visible tear ducts under its eyes. Its tears are smeared on branches or rocks as territory markers.
The Serow mating season is between October to November. The female serow carries the foal for 7 months. It gives birth to one young at a time.
Lifespan for Serow is 10 years.
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