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Distribution and status of hunting of Citellus fulvus in Kazakhstan


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Kydyrbaev Kh; Kasabekov B., 1980: Distribution and condition of hunting the large toothed suslik citellus fulvus in the dzhambul oblast kazakh ssr ussr. Data are presented on the distribution, population, habitat and available diet of the large-toothed suslik within the confines of the Dzhambul Oblast, based on a study conducted in April-June 1978. With a view towards increasing the scale on which...

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