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Didn't this page use to be a lot longer?!
I think someone redirected the link "Saiga" to the current "Saiga Antelope" and deleted the older, superior article. The old article also had a normal photograph instead of one of these 3-D jobs being posted everywhere. How many people have 3-D goggles anymore? (Edit: Looking at the redirect page for "Saiga," the article was simply longer, I suppose, though it should have been merged with the current one.) -- MLS
"In springtime the mother gives birth, in one third of all cases two, or in one third one single foal."
This line here seems to be a bit ambiguous. I would edit it myself, but I am unsure of the intent of the statement and the actual facts about the subject matter. Thought I would make note so someone could fix it if they could.
- I fixed it. probably you can check if the grammar is correct.--Altaileopard 07:57, 26 July 2007 (UTC)
The Mammal Species of the World (MSW3) database lists a species called the Mongolian Saiga (Saiga borealis). Is this the same as Saiga tatarica mongolica? If so, which taxonomy is more up to date? Kaldari (talk) 04:37, 2 March 2012 (UTC)