Order : Artiodactyla
Family : Bovidae
Subfamily : Caprinae
Genus : Naemorhedus
Animals in the genus Naemorhedus
Facts about the genus Naemorhedus, the serows
Island species of serows are the Japanese serow (Nemorhaedus crispus) on Honshu, Shikoku Island and Kyushu (Japan), and the Taiwanese serow (Nemorhaedus swinhoei) in Taiwan.
Serows are very territorial, extremely agile, have a semi-lunar curved horn, and have dark brown fur.
the end of Bergstrasse, opposite the planned Tropical Rain Forest Enclosure, the large enclosure of 1,260 square meters for the rare Japanese serows is to be redesigned.
Various species of wild goats and sheep, including ibexes and serows, are found in the Himalayas and other mountainous areas.
Their numbers in the wild have decreased and today, serows are totally protected under the Protection of Wildlife Act. (Full text)
Ignition problems on Serows are rarely due to failed CDI units, so don't panic, try to find the cheap, but not always easy-to-find problem. (Full text)
This goat-like mammal was once endangered, but since its main predator, the Japanese wolf, has become extinct, and because the serow has enjoyed protected status for decades, the serow population has recovered considerably--to the point that serows are considered to be pests in central Honshu. (Full text)
Serows are stocky goats with thick, woolly fur, in varying mixtures of brown, black, grey and white, with brown or black legs. (Full text)
Across the path from the serows is a large, grassy, treed yard which houses a pair of demoiselle cranes. (Full text)