Himalayan serow was spotted in the Manas Tiger Reserve in Assam. It was spotted close to the border with Bhutan in Manas’s Bansbari-Mathanguri forest.
- The Himalayan serow is a subspecies of the mainland serow native to the Himalayas.
- Common name: Himalayan Serow
- Scientific name: Capricornis sumatraensi thar.
- Local name: Jingal, Yemu.
- Description: An appearance of a goat with a long, donkey-like ears, and a habit of standing with forelegs astraddle, make the Serow and ungainly goat antelope. Its coarse coat(long hair longer than the Goral) varies from black to red.
- IUCN status: Near threatened.
- It is listed in CITES Appendix I.