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Wild animal enthusiasts will be delighted to hear that Thai national park officials spotted a rare, endangered serow in the past week. Officials at Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, located in Prachuap Khiri Khan province, spotted a serow on April 11, Hua Hin Today reported yesterday. Video footage from Thai media shows the majestic creature …

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Serrow are a part of the 'ovicaprines', the same subgroup of the antelopes, that includes domesticated sheep and goats. The mtDNA has them closer to musk ox and goals, than to domesticated relatives. The branching order of this subclade is uncertain, but you can think of serows and gorals as transitional musk oxen. They are lovely animals. 

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