The forest around PTRWS harbors four hornbills species - great hornbills, wreathed, oriental pied and the rufous-necked, listed in ten Schedule l of the Wildlife Protection Act (1972), while the last variety is a globally threatened bird species.
What does GTB stand for?
GTB stands for Globally Threatened Bird
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- Gas Turbine Bulletin (mechanics)
- Gay Teen Boys (band)
- General Terms of Business
- General Tool Box
- Gestion Technique du Bâtiment (French: Technical Management of Buildings)
- Ghana Tourist Board
- Giant Tiger Boutique (Canadian discount store)
- Global Telecom Brokers (This is the nick name for the company)
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- Go To Bed
- Going To the Bathroom
- Golden Thief Bug (Ragnarok)
- Good Time Boys (movie)
- Gran Tourismo Berlinetta (Ferrari)
- Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux (French: Grand Theatre of Bordeaux; Bordeaux, France)
- Grand Tourer Bilstein (Subaru Legacy model)
- Grand Traverse Band (of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians; Michigan)
- Great Tythe Barn (UK)
- Greater Trochanteric Bursitis (medical disorder)
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In the late 1990s, shortly after three decades of civil war ended in Cambodia, WCS discovered that the unique habitat of the northern plains was a last refuge for 15 globally threatened bird species including Asian vultures and Cambodia's national bird, the giant ibis.
: (BirdLife International) Researched and compiled a unique and comprehensive dataset on globally threatened bird species that was published in groundbreaking regional Red Data Books worldwide.