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  Animal Info - Anoa
The anoa is a miniature water buffalo, a type of wild cattle, similar in appearance to a deer, weighing 150 - 300 kg (330 - 660 lb).
Anoas live alone or in pairs, rather than herds, except when the cows are about to give birth.
Reasons for the anoa's decline include hunting for hide, horns and meat (it was rarely hunted by natives before the introduction of modern firearms); killing by the military; and the expansion of settlement, which has caused the anoas to retreat to more remote forest areas due to loss of habitat (e.g.
www.animalinfo.org /species/artiperi/anoadepr.htm   (716 words)

  
  Anoa
The anoa are two species -- the mountain anoa and the lowland anoa -- of miniature water buffalo similar in appearance to a deer, weighing 150 - 300 kg (330 - 660 lb), living in undisturbed forest.
Both species of anoa have been classified as endangered since the 1960s and their population continues to decrease.
Reasons for the decline of both species of anoa include hunting for hide, horns and meat by the natives (though they were rarely hunted by natives before the introduction of modern firearms); shooting by the military; and loss of habitat due to the advancement of settlement.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/an/Anoa.html   (228 words)

  
 Anoa
Anoas belong to the Bovidae (cattle) family and are divided into two species; The Mountain Anoa (Bubalus quarlesi) and The Lowland Anoa (Bubalus depressicornis).
Anoa are the smallest wild cattle species in the world; The lowland anoa reaches about 80cm in height and weigh up to 300kg.
Anoas are threatened with local extinction in small reserves, and populations continue to decline in larger protected areas such as Lore Lindu National Park, primarily due to hunting.
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 Anoa (Bubalus depressicornis): Minahasa, Manado, Bitung, Sulawesi
Adult anoas have thick, fl skin which is visible through the sparse, fl hair and white or yellowish-white stockings on each foreleg, and sometimes blotches of white on the throat and nape.
Lowland anoas spend most of their time in shady forests and they are most active in the morning and afternoon.
Anoas have been seen drinking sea water which might fulfill their mineral needs in areas that do not have salt licks or mineral spring water.
www.minahasaraya.net /anoa.htm   (229 words)

  
 Animal Info - Mountain Anoa
The anoa is a miniature water buffalo, similar in appearance to a deer, weighing 150 - 300 kg (330 - 660 lb).
Anoa apparently are found singly or in pairs, rather than herds, except when the cows are about to give birth.
Reasons for the mountain anoa's decline include hunting for hide, horns and meat by the natives; shooting by the military; and loss of habitat due to the advancement of settlement.
www.animalinfo.org /species/artiperi/anoaquar.htm   (0 words)

  
 Lowland anoa
The anoa is considered very excitable and dangerous to its opponents, as its sharp horns can be used as daggers.
Several anoa fatalities in zoos have resulted from attempts to keep these solitary animals in pairs or groups, with the larger animals disemboweling their counterparts with their horns.
The lowland anoa is classified as endangered by the IUCN (1996).
www.ultimateungulate.com /Artiodactyla/Bubalus_depressicornis.html   (0 words)

  
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ANOA recursively translated to "An ANOA Application" that's mean those application using or developed with ANOA framework.
Right now ANOA has been used to develop several web application, we do hope many developer will adopt this framework to develop their web application and help us to improve it.
Anoa itself is a name of endangered small buffalo species which is lived in Sulawesi-Indonesia island.
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 Anoa
The lowland anoa is found in swampy forests, and the mountain anoa is found in higher-altitude forests.
Unlike most cattle, anoas don’t live in herds but, rather, live solitary or in pairs and only will meet in groups when a female anoa is about to give birth.
The young anoas are weaned after six to nine months, and they are reported to live approximately 15-20 years in the wild.
www.indonesianfauna.com /anoa.php   (549 words)

  
 Genetic Management of Low Land Anoa
The anoa, a forest dwelling dwarf buffalo, is one of several interesting animal endemic to Sulawesi.
The primary goal of the captive anoa population is to reduce the risk of extinction of this species.
Groves 1969, systematics of the Anoa (Mammalia, Bovidae).
www.seaza.org /scientific_papers/genetic_management_of_low_land_anoa.htm   (1522 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - Anoa
Both are found on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia; the Mountain Anoa is also found on the nearby island of Butung.
Both species of anoa have been classified as endangered since the 1960s and the population continues to decrease.
Reasons for the decline of the anoa include hunting for hide, horns and meat by the natives (though they were rarely hunted by natives before the introduction of modern firearms); shooting by the military; and loss of habitat due to the advancement of settlement.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Anoa   (381 words)

  
 ADW: Bubalus depressicornis: Information
Anoas are very efficient at crashing through forest undergrowth, with the horns being held close to the back in order to avoid being tangled.
Anoas typically move at the pace of a slow trot with an occasional clumsy leap.
Several lowland anoa fatalities have occured in zoos as a result of attempts to keep these solitary animals in pairs or groups; typically the larger animals have disembowelled their counterparts with their horns.
animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu /site/accounts/information/Bubalus_depressicornis.html   (947 words)

  
 The Jakarta Post - The Journal of Indonesia Today
The anoa population is spread throughout Sulawesi but the increasing encroachment into their habitat has pushed them back into their main sanctuary: the Lore Lindu National Park in Central Sulawesi.
In the local languages, the anoa is known as the anoeang, sapi oetan, buulu tutu and Bandogo Tutu (Gorontalo); Dangko or Dangkon (Manado); Sako (Bugis); Anoewang Matjetjo (Toraja); and Langkau (Minahasa).
Mustari wrote that when the anoa's habitat is disturbed, the animal is exposed to extreme climate change, which makes it difficult for the anoa to get in tune with its new environment.
www.thejakartapost.com /yesterdaydetail.asp?fileid=20021008.Q01   (1066 words)

  
 Lowland Anoa
The current lowland Anoa population is estimated to be approximately 5000 animals.
The number of wild lowland anoas is still decreasing in the wild even right now.
This is because of illegal hunting, expansion of human settlement, which has resulted in logging activities, as well as clearing of forested areas and draining of marshland for agriculture.
www.endangeredandrareanimals.com /lowland_anoa.htm   (151 words)

  
 anoa   (Site not responding. Last check: )
anoa, de ook anoeang, dwergbuffel of gemsbuffel genoemde kleine, krachtig gebouwde, primitieve buffels uit de onderfamilie Runderen, bewoners van Celebes (Sulawesi).
Op Mindoro (Filippijnen) leeft de verwante Mindorobuffel of tamarau (Bubalus = Anoa mindorensis), die iets groter is en wat zwaardere horens heeft.
De Mindorobuffel is een van de meest bedreigde diersoorten ter wereld; als de soort niet spoedig in dierentuinen voortgefokt wordt, zal zij voor het begin van de nieuwe eeuw uitgeroeid kunnen zijn.
www.worldwidebase.com /zoogdieren/anoa.shtml   (164 words)

  
 Lowland anoa
The anoa is the smallest of the bovids, a family that includes buffalo, bison and domestic cattle; adult males weigh under 300 kg and stand no higher than 1 m.
Unlike most buffalo, which tend to gather in large herds, the anoa is a more solitary animal that usually lives in pairs or small family groups.
The anoa is now in serious danger of extinction, owing to the ongoing destruction of its jungle habitat for the purpose of clearing land for farming on the island of Celebes.
www.zoobarcelona.com /ZOO_Barcelona/English/zoo_virtual/catala/vv_anoa.htm   (154 words)

  
 Mountain Anoa
Habitat: The mountain anoa is found in undisturbed montane forest.
The mountain anoa occurs in the Sulawesi Moist Forests Global 200 Ecoregion.
Social Organization: Anoa apparently associate in pairs, rather than herds, except when the cows are about to give birth.
library.thinkquest.org /C0124109/ingles/info/animal/mountain_anoa.html   (77 words)

  
 W&B Scientific - Anoa: Introspective Theory   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Therefore, the architecture that Anoa uses is unfounded [26,27,28].
Anoa does not require such an important emulation to run correctly, but it doesn't hurt.
Furthermore, Anoa has set a precedent for journaling file systems, and we that expect computational biologists will synthesize our methodology for years to come.
wbsci.org /Theory/4943/Anoa-Introspective-Theory.html   (1974 words)

  
 interaction
What is being taken away from the Lowland Anoa has been deprived of all the other living things, as well as the plants and nature growing there.
Because the animal's habitat is being destroyed, the Lowland Anoa is forced to retreat to remote mountainous areas where it is not native to, far away from it's endemic surroundings.
The Lowland Anoa is not equipped with the adaptations it needs to successfully live in a new place, so it dies.
vygotsky.ced.appstate.edu /evolution/hughes/interaction.htm   (483 words)

  
 Lowland Anoa - Mammals - Meet the animals - London Zoo - ZSL
The lowland Anoa is one of the smallest of the wild cattle species.
The main threats to the lowland Anoa are hunting and habitat loss.
Anoa are hunted for their meat and skulls and horns for trophies and use in traditional medicine.
www.zsl.org /london-zoo/animals/mammals/lowland-anoa,91,AN.html   (129 words)

  
 North Sulawesi - Diving, Travel, Adventure in Indonesia: Tips for Trips
The anoa, a temperamental goat-sized buffalo, is crowned with two conical horns.
The two cuscus species, bear cuscus and dwarf cuscus, are marsupial endemics who use their long curling tail as an extra hand that twirl around branches leaving their hands free to pluck leaves and fruits.
At present, babirusa and anoa have virtually disappeared from most North Sulawesi and Southeast forests, and macaque and bear cuscus populations are small and isolated.
www.north-sulawesi.com /trips.html   (1979 words)

  
 Anoa - LoveToKnow 1911
ANOA, the native name of the small wild buffalo of Celebes, Bos (Bubalus) depressicornis, which stands but little over a yard at the shoulder, and is the most diminutive of all wild cattle.
The nearest allies of the anoa appear to be certain extinct buffaloes, of which the remains are found in the Siwalik Hills of northern India.
This page was last modified 18:05, 12 May 2006.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Anoa   (162 words)

  
 Haphazard enforcement of ANOA confuses captains
The 96-hour ANOA rule was final in February 2003, but megayacht captains have only begun noticing problems complying with it this summer.
She thought maybe the captain of the port needed the ANOA filed electronically or by fax.
At least one megayacht captain is believed to have received the $32,500 fine this summer for failing to file an ANOA, according to a source, but attempts to reach that captain for verification were unsuccessful.
www.megayachtnews.com /index.php?news=864   (1078 words)

  
 Anoa   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 2 species of anoas are members of the Asiatic buffalo family which are found only on the island of Celebes.
The 2 species of anoas are the lowland anoa and the mountain anoa.
The horns of the anoa, however, are quite short in comparison to those of many antelope.
www.alientravelguide.com /science/biology/life/animals/chordata/vertebra/mammalia/artiodac/bovidae/anoa.htm   (82 words)

  
 Anoa ApS
Anoa har specialiseret sig i udvikling af skræddersyede web-, database- og applikationsløsninger.
Netop denne kritiske holdning har i mange situationer givet vores kunder en endnu bedre løsning, som har skabt øget tilfredshed.
For at hjælpe med til dette har vi i Anoa den politik, at vores kunder så vidt muligt altid har direkte kontakt til den person som har været med gennem hele forløbet.
www.anoa.dk   (0 words)

  
 World of Animals - Das Tierlexikon über Anoa
Der Anoa oder Gemsbüffel kommt in 2 Arten auf Celebes vor: dem Tiefland-Anoa (Bubalus depressicornis) und dem Berg-Anoa (Bubalus quarlesi).
Der Lebensraum der Anoas wird dadurch immer mehr eingeschränkt.
Gefangenschaft Die Anoas der Zoologischen Gärten sind in einem Zuchtbuch erfaßt, damit das Überleben dieses kleinsten Rindes wenigstens in Gefangenschaft gewährleistet ist.
www.world-of-animals.de /Tierlexikon/tierart_Anoa.html   (393 words)

  
 USCG To Enforce Advance Notice of Arrival Regulations   (Site not responding. Last check: )
After downloading and completing the ANOA form, it must be faxed to the COTP.
If you filed your ANOA with the COTP, you must either call the COTP to notify them of your changes or fax a revised ANOA.
Those vessels found to be in violation of the ANOA procedures a second time will be subject to civil penalty action seeking the maximum allowable penalty.
www.sailmiami.com /SM_Articles/anoa_enforced.htm   (703 words)

  
 No ANOA needed for pleasure vessels coming to South Florida   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Under the national ANOA rule (33 CFR 160, subpart C), all vessels – foreign and domestic – larger than 300 gross tons "bound for or departing from ports or places in the United States" must file an ANOA with the National Vessel Movement Center in West Virginia.
The ANOA rule has confused megayacht captain for months as some ports such as Charleston enforce the rule and others such as Miami and Ft. Lauderdale do not.
Zeitler is scheduled to discuss the realities of the ANOA rule in Sector Miami as well as the district’s interpretation of the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code at the next Triton Connection on Nov. 10.
www.megayachtnews.com /index.php?news=129   (450 words)

  
 Premier Oil Anoa Drilling Success
An evaluation is under way to establish the significance of this success which is likely to require further appraisal.
Results have confirmed the presence of a 67 foot column, with an overlying 80 foot gas column.
Premier's Chief Executive, Simon Lockett, said: "The success here is positive news for our key Anoa asset in Natuna Sea Block A where next year we will be drilling a further five wells.
www.advfn.com /news_Anoa-Drilling-Success_16915228.html   (216 words)

  
 Anoa
Der Anoa (Bubalus depressicornis), zur Unterscheidung vom Berg-Anoa (Bubalus quarlesi) auch als Flachland-Anoa bezeichnet, ist ein auf der indonesischen Insel Sulawesi endemisches Wildrind.
Obwohl nach indonesischen Gesetzen streng geschützt, jagen Wilderer die Anoas, um ihr Fleisch zu essen und die Trophäen an Touristen zu verkaufen.
Erklärung des Begriff Anoa und dessen Bedeutung wurde zuletzt am 20.12.2006 aktualisiert (Glossar Lexikon Enzyklopädie).
www.xn--enzyklopdie-s8a.de /Anoa.html   (285 words)

  
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