Endemic Animals of Afghanistan








Afghan snowfinch
Afghan snowfinch
The Afghan snowfinch or the Afghan ground-sparrow, bar-tailed snowfinch, Meinertzhagen's snowfinch, or Theresa's snowfinch, is a passerine bird of the sparrow family Passeridae, endemic to the northern parts of the Hindu Kush mountains in Afghanistan. There are no major threats to the species despite its restricted range, so it is assessed as least concern on the IUCN Red List. This species is mostly a seed-eater, supplementing its diet with ...
some insects. It builds its nest in the burrows or hollows of ground-dwelling rodents, lined with hair or feathers.
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Afghan snowfinch
Afghanodon
Afghanodon
Afghanodon is a genus of salamanders endemic to Afghanistan. It is monotypic, with a single species Afghanodon mustersi, also known as the Afghan brook salamander, Afghanistan mountain salamander, Paghman mountain salamander, and Paghman stream salamander. It inhabits cool highland streams. The total population is estimated at 1,000–2,000 adults. It is only found in an area of 10 km2.
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Afghanodon
Eremias aria
Eremias aria
Eremias aria is a species of lizard found in Afghanistan.
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Eremias aria
Afghan racerunner
Afghan racerunner
The Afghan racerunner is a species of lizard found in Afghanistan.
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Afghan racerunner