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Barasingha

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  1. The name is derived from this and means 12 tined or horned in Hindi

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  2. At one time the Barasingha was distributed throughout the basins of the Indus, Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers, as well as in central India as far as the Godavari river

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  3. native to India and Nepal

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  4. In Assam in the North-East India, Barasingha is traditionally known as Dolhorina similar to its English name (Swamp Deer) as dol in Assamese means swamp

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  5. Hard-ground barasinghas (Rucervus duvauceli branderi) at Kanha National Park
    Hard-ground barasinghas (Rucervus duvauceli branderi) at Kanha National Park

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