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Journal of Mammalogy
Since the discovery of the saoia, Pseudoryx nghetinhensis, in central Viet Nam in 1992, little has been learned about this new bovid's behavior or ecology, and its taxonomic position remains in question; some place it in the subfamily Bovinae, others in Caprinae. In January 1996, a pregnant female was captured in central Laos and placed in a nearby menagerie. This was the first adult saola seen by the outside world and provided an opportunity to gather basic information about the species. Thedoi:10.2307/1382970 fatcat:q3v4yqiqbzcy3i2iieinbld6ga