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Exotic Meat Market offers Scimitar Oryx Kidney. Scimitar Oryx are harvested in private ranches in the USA. Scimitar Oryx meat is 97% lean. Scimitar Oryx Meat is a more healthful and flavorful alternative to the standard boeuf du jour.


 
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Exotic Meat Market offers Scimitar Oryx Kidney. Scimitar Oryx are harvested in private ranches in the USA. Scimitar Oryx meat is 97% lean. Scimitar Oryx Meat is a more healthful and flavorful alternative to the standard boeuf du jour. And the best place in America to get it is from Exotic Meat Markets, USA. There is probably more Omega-3 in Scimitar Oryx Meat than a piece of salmon because it is truly completely grass fed or brush fed meat.

Oryx is a genus consisting of four large antelope species called oryxes. Three of them are native to arid parts of Africa, and the fourth to the Arabian Peninsula. Their fur is pale with contrasting dark markings in the face and on the legs, and their long horns are almost straight.

Scimitar oryx

The scimitar oryx also called scimitar-horned oryx (Oryx dammah), of North Africa, is now listed as possibly extinct in the wild. However, unconfirmed surviving populations have been reported in central Niger and Chad, and a semi-wild population currently inhabiting a fenced nature reserve in Tunisia is being expanded for reintroduction to the wild in that country. Several thousand are held in captivity around the world.

Arabian oryx

The Arabian oryx (Oryx), became extinct in the wild in 1972 from the Arabian Peninsula. It was reintroduced in 1982 in Oman, but poaching has reduced its numbers there. One of the largest populations of Arabian oryx exists on Sir Bani Yas Island in the United Arab Emirates. Additional populations have been reintroduced in Qatar, Bahrain, Israel, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. As of 2011, the total wild population is over 1000, and 6000–7000 are being held in captivity. In 2011, the IUCN downgraded its threat category from Extinct in the Wild to Vulnerable, the first species to have changed back this way.

East African oryx and gemsbok

The East African oryx (Oryx beisa) inhabits eastern Africa and the closely related gemsbok (Oryx gazella) inhabits southern Africa. The gemsbok is monotypic and the East African oryx has two subspecies; the common beisa oryx (O. b. beisa) and the fringe-eared oryx (O. b. callotis). In the past, both were considered subspecies of the gemsbok. The East African oryx is an endangered species, whereas the gemsbok is not.

Between 1969 and 1977, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish in the US intentionally released 93 gemsboks into its state's White Sands Missile Range and that population is now estimated between 3,000 and 6,000 animals. Within the state of New Mexico, oryxes are classified as "big game" and can be hunted.

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