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Mammals


Balochistan Bear

Balochistan Bear A type of Asiatic bear and sub species of the Asian Black Bear, the Balochistan bear is also referred to as the "moon bear" due to a crescent-shaped chest mark. These solitary bears live in forest habitats and can weigh over 300 pounds. Overall it is also smaller than the other subspecies and is more varietal and may be from reddish-orange to deep black. The Baluchistan bear is found only in the province of Baluchistan in southwest Pakist [...]

Common Palm Civet

Common Palm Civet Like the other two species of civet cats, Paradoxurus hermaphroditus is also native to Pakistan. Commonly known as Common Palm Civet or Mentawai Palm Civet across its wide range, this species of Civet is often one of the most commonly recorded species of small carnivore. Across its range it has been found commonly in degraded and anthropogenic habitats, with some records from even the most degraded small isolates amid human environments. [...]

Leopard Cat

Leopard Cat This species is evaluated as Least Concerned on the red list of threatened species (IUCN) as it is broadly distributed around the world but it is vulnerable to habitat loss and hunting in Pakistan. Thus they are hard to spot in the wild.        [...]

Masked Palm Civet

Masked Palm Civet Other common names of the species are Himalayan Palm Civet and Gem-faced Civet. The Asian palm civet is common, but conservationists claim that related species are sometimes used in coffee business which is under threat of extinction. There is a high mortality rate and for some species of civet, there’s a real conservation risk. People need to be aware that tens of thousands of civets are being kept in these conditions.   [...]

Small Indian Civet

Small Indian Civet Local Names pf this species are Mushk Billa or Kasturi Billa. However, these are commonly known as Small Indian Civet or the Oriental Civets. Small Indian Civet is an alert and attractive cat-like animal with a pointed, cylindrical muzzle. The body is sandy buff in colour with black spots arranged in horizontal lines. Its claws are sharp, well-developed but non-retractable. It has a scent gland and therefore is locally referred to as Mushk [...]

The Snow Leopard

The Snow Leopard The snow leopard (Uncia uncia or Panthera uncia) is a somewhat huge cat indigenous to the hill differs of Southern region Japan and Middle Japan. The distinction of this types has been topic to modify and its actual taxonomic location will not be settled until further research are performed. Snow leopards stay between 3,000 and 5,500 meters (9,800 and 18,000 ft) above sea level in the bumpy hill differs of Middle and Southern region Japan. [...]

Wild Stoats

Wild Stoats The stoat (Mustela erminea), also known as the ermine or short-tailed weasel, is a types of Mustelid indigenous to Eurasia and Northern The united states, recognized from the least weasel by its bigger dimension and more time trail with a popular dark-colored tip. Its variety has enhanced since the overdue 1800s to involve New Zealand, where it is attributed for decreases in ancient chicken communities. It is considered by the IUCN as Least I [...]

Woolly Flying Squirrel

Woolly Flying Squirrel   Woolly flying squirrel, an introverted sociable animal, is endangered with extinction, as it faces many threats. The fast deprivation of its habitat and exposure to human being are the main causes that put its life in jeopardy. Found in Northern regions (Gilgit-Baltistan) merely and nowhere else, it is one of the least studied species on the planet. There are 3 species of airborne squirrels in Pakistan which are found in temperat [...]

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