Endangered Mammals of the Middle East
| Corals, Jellyfish, and Sea Anemones
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|Arabian Gazelle||Arabian Peninsula, Palestine, Sinai|
|Argali||Afghanistan, China, India, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Uzbekistan|
|Asiatic Black Bear||Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Iran, Japan, Korea, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam|
|Asiatic Lion||Turkey to India|
|Cheetah||Africa to India|
|Dhole||Asia, Middle East|
|Dorcas Gazelle||Algeria, Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia|
|Dugong||East Africa to Southern Japan|
|Goitered Gazelle||Asia, Europe, Middle East|
|Indus River Dolphin||Pakistan (Indus R. and tributaries)|
|Leopard||Africa, Asia, Middle East|
|Mediterranean Monk Seal||Mediterranean Sea, Northwest African Coast and Black Sea|
|Persian Fallow Deer||Iran, Israel|
|Saiga Antelope||Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Russia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan|
|Sand Cat||Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East|
|Slender-horned Gazelle||Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Sudan|
|Snow Leopard||Central Asia, Middle East|
|Striped Hyena||Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Europe|
|More creatures in the Middle East:|
Mammals | Birds | Reptiles | Amphibians | Fishes | Insects | Arachnids
Worms | Clams | Crustaceans | Snails | Corals, Jellyfish, and Sea Anemones
***What mammals are listed here?:The Middle East section of this site lists the folllowing mammals appearing on select endangered species lists:
- Mammals that dwell in or migrate to any area considered apart of the Middle East.
- Mammals that dwell in the Arabian Peninsula.
- Mammals of Cyprus.
- Mammals of Egypt, Israel or any other transcontinental (with Africa or Asia) area.
- Mammals of the Mediterranean Sea and its islands.
- Mammals of the Palearctic.
- Mammals of Saudi Arabia.
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
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