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ⓘ Wildlife of Afghanistan. Afghanistan is a country that has lots of amazing animals. Many of the large mammals in Afghanistan are threatened. These include the s ..




                                     

ⓘ Wildlife of Afghanistan

Afghanistan is a country that has lots of amazing animals. Many of the large mammals in Afghanistan are threatened. These include the snow leopard, Marco Polo sheep, Siberian musk deer, markhor, urial, and the Asiatic black bear. Most of the Marco Polo sheep and ibex are being killed for food. While wolves, snow leopards and bears are being killed for prevent damage.

                                     

1.1. Fauna Mammals

  • Eurasian pygmy shrew
  • Short-tailed bandicoot rat
  • Asiatic black bear
  • Tanezumi rat
  • Baluchi mouse-like hamster
  • Sind bat
  • Zarudnys jird
  • Mountain weasel
  • Snow leopard
  • Gmelins white-toothed shrew
  • Bucharian vole
  • Afghan flying squirrel
  • Balochistan gerbil
  • Taiga shrew
  • Zarudnys shrew
  • Afghan mouse-like hamster
  • Southern mole vole
  • Transcaspian vole
  • Cape hare
  • Geoffroys bat
  • Red giant flying squirrel
  • Afghan vole
  • Hotsons jerboa
  • Small five-toed jerboa
  • Swarthy gerbil
  • Stoat
  • Markhor
  • Red fox
  • Sand-colored soft-furred rat
  • Lesser white-toothed shrew
  • Juniper vole
  • Brandts hedgehog
  • Yellow ground squirrel
  • Euphrates jerboa
  • Blanfords jerboa
  • Forest dormouse
  • Grey dwarf hamster
  • Asiatic brown bear
  • Mid-day jird
  • Marco Polo sheep
  • Asian house shrew
  • Tien Shan vole
  • Stone marten
  • Libyan jird
  • Mehelys horseshoe bat
  • Leopard
  • Turkestan rat
  • Silver mountain vole
  • Long-tailed marmot
  • Long-eared hedgehog
  • Sundevalls jird
  • Kashmir cave bat
  • Rhesus macaque
  • Urial
  • Indian gerbil
  • Turkestan red pika
  • Eurasian otter
  • Northern palm squirrel
  • Wards field mouse
  • Afghan pika
  • Large-eared pika
  • Pallas cat
  • Thomass pygmy jerboa
  • Long-clawed ground squirrel
  • Siberian ibex
  • Lesser horseshoe bat
  • Great gerbil
  • Persian jird
  • Gray wolf
  • Etruscan shrew