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Asiatic Black Bear

Asiatic Black Bear

Asiatic Black Bear or precisely the Balochistan black bear feed on a broad variety of foods, these comprise of small vertebrates, seasonal fruits, bee hives, bugs, invertebrates like worms and the decaying flesh of dead animals. They infrequently hunt down domestic farm animals as well but the extent to which they kill wild grazing mammals in indefinite. In the autumn season, they habitually make unsophisticated feeding platforms in nut trees out of leafs.More info >>

Markhor

Markhor

Markhor is the National Animal of Pakistan and IUCN status is Endangered. The reasons Markhor faces a very high risk of extinction in the near future include intensive hunting (for trophies, meat and the Asian medicine market), disturbance and loss of habitat due to expanded human settlement, and competition from domestic livestock.More info >>

Siberian Crane

Siberian Crane

These critically Endangered species of Cranes, as reported by IUCN, are well-known to put together the longest flight for relocation and migration. Their population, chiefly individuals in the western habitat, has declined significantly in the last century bacasuse of illegal killing for game and destruction of their habitat and migration paths. More info >>

Chukar Partridge

Chukar Partridge

Chukar is the National bird of Pakistan; it can be identified as long partridge with a glowing brown backside, a grey chest and a beige abdomen. The colour scheme varies across its diverse population. This species is comparatively less affected by trophy hunting or destruction of habitat. However, their figures are principally exaggerated by atmospheric and temperature (weather) patterns during their reproduction period.More info >>

Indus River Dolphin

Indus River Dolphin

The blind dolphins of the mighty 3,200 km long Indus river are identified by the IUCN as endangered on their Red List of Threatened Species. Grounds behind their drastic decline are headlined by water contamination, disintegration of their habitat because of the construction of barrages and dolphin trapped in the irrigation channels.More info >>

Snow Leopord

Snow Leopord

IUCN status Endangered, means that it faces a very high risk of extinction in the near future and Population trend is decreasing. In 2004, a team from the Planet Earth series captured the first ever film of a wild snow leopard in the mountains of Pakistan.More info >>