Comments on the “A checklist of mammals with historical records from Darjeeling-Sikkim Himalaya landscape, India”

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P.O. Nameer
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A critical review on the article published in the Auguts 2020 issue of JoTT, "“A checklist of mammals with historical records from Darjeeling-Sikkim Himalaya landscape, India” is presented. 

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Nameer, P. 2021. Comments on the “A checklist of mammals with historical records from Darjeeling-Sikkim Himalaya landscape, India”. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 13, 7 (Jun. 2021), 18956–18958. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/jott.6658.13.7.18956-18958.
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