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Nature Conservation - Mouflon (Ovis musimon) Issue number
96
Date of issue
16.07.1996
Face value
4.00 Sk

The mouflon (Ovis musimon) is a large, short-fleeced game animal with a characteristically ovine body. It is not indigenous to Slovakia, but was introduced from Corsica. The first to begin rearing mouflon here - in 1868 - was Count Forgach, on his estate at Jelenec (formerly Gýmeš) in the Tribeč hills. This precedent was followed up repeatedly over time, with mouflon migrating to more distant localities and hunting grounds which offered favourable conditions. These include varied rocky terrain with warm sunny slopes and sparse growth of deciduous and mixed, rather than coniferous woods. The mouflon has a good tolerance of difficult...

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