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Mammals
Common Name Range ***
Agile GibbonIndonesia (Kalimantan, Sumatra), Malay Peninsula, Thailand
Arabian GazelleArabian Peninsula, Palestine, Sinai
ArgaliAfghanistan, China, India, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Uzbekistan
Asian ElephantSouth-Central and Southeastern Asia
Asian Golden CatChina, Indonesia (Sumatra), Nepal, Southeast Asia
Asian Leopard CatIndia, Japan (Iriomote Island, Ryukyu Islands), Southeast Asia
Asiatic Black BearAfghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Iran, Japan, Korea, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
Asiatic LionTurkey to India
BabirusaIndonesia
Bornean OrangutanBorneo
Brown BearChina (Tibet), Italy, Mexican Holarctic
Bumblebee BatThailand
CheetahAfrica to India
Chinese River DolphinChina
Clouded LeopardSoutheastern and South-Central Asia, Taiwan
DholeAsia, Middle East
Dorcas GazelleAlgeria, Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia
Douc LangurCambodia, Laos, Vietnam
DugongEast Africa to Southern Japan
Formosan Yellow-throated MartenTaiwan
Giant PandaChina
Goitered GazelleAsia, Europe, Middle East
Indus River DolphinPakistan (Indus R. and tributaries)
Javan RhinocerosBangladesh, Burma, Indochinese Peninsula, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sikkim, Thailand
LeopardAfrica, Asia, Middle East
Malabar Large-spotted CivetIndia
MarkhorAfghanistan, Pakistan
Mediterranean Monk SealMediterranean Sea, Northwest African Coast and Black Sea
Mongolian BeaverMongolia
Persian Fallow DeerIran, Israel
Proboscis MonkeyBorneo
Przewalski's HorseChina, Mongolia
Ryukyu RabbitJapan (Ryukyu Islands)
Saiga AntelopeKazakhstan, Mongolia, Russia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
Sand CatAfrica, Asia, Europe, Middle East
SeladangBangladesh, India, Southeast Asia
SiamangIndonesia, Malaysia
Sika DeerChina, Japan, Taiwan
Snow LeopardCentral Asia, Middle East
Spotted LinsangAssam, Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, Vietnam
Steller Sea-lionAlaska, California, Canada, North Pacific Ocean, Oregon, Russia, Washington
Striped HyenaAsia, Africa, and the Middle East, Europe
TigerTemperate and Tropical Asia
Visayan DeerPhilippines
Wild YakChina (Tibet), India
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***What mammals are listed here?:

The Asia section of this site lists the folllowing mammals appearing on select endangered species lists:
  • Mammals that dwell in or migrate to any nation or region found on the Asian continent and many surrounding islands.
  • Mammals that dwell in or travel to the Black and Mediterranean Sea (and its islands).
  • Mammals that dwell in or travel to India and Russia.
  • Mammals that dwell in or travel to any Eurasian region.
  • Some species may be listed that dwell in or travel to some nearby areas of the Middle East (between Africa and Asia).
  • Mammals that dwell in or travel to Indonesia and nearby islands located in the South East Asian Archipelago.
  • Mammals that dwell in Middle Eastern countries between Africa and Asia
In some cases, the creatures listed in this section may also be found on other continents or in other areas, which is why you may see additional areas noted in the range column.

Disclaimer: This list combines species from several endangered species lists. Using the total count of species found on this site as an official count of endangered species of the world is not recommended. For more information on what creatures are listed on this site, please visit our About Us page.



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