Endemic Animals of Kazakhstan








Desert dormouse
Desert dormouse
The desert dormouse is a species of rodent in the dormouse family, Gliridae. This species was formerly placed in its own family, Seleviniidae, but it is now considered to be a dormouse, monotypic within the genus Selevinia. It is endemic to Kazakhstan.
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Desert dormouse
Greater fat-tailed jerboa
Greater fat-tailed jerboa
The greater fat-tailed jerboa is a species of rodent in the family Dipodidae. It is endemic to Kazakhstan. Its natural habitat is temperate desert.
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Greater fat-tailed jerboa
Pale pygmy jerboa
Pale pygmy jerboa
The pale pygmy jerboa or pallid pygmy jerboa is a species of rodent in the family Dipodidae endemic to Kazakhstan.
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Pale pygmy jerboa
Kazakhstan blind mole-rat
Kazakhstan blind mole-rat
Kazakhstan blind mole-rat is an extant species of blind mole-rat indigenous to Kazakhstan, along the Ural River basin and the flood plains of the Uil, Temir, and Emba rivers. Whereas the species inhabits an area approximately 100,000 km2 in size, the International Union for Conservation of Nature describes S. uralensis as rare and its habitat prone to overgrazing. In 1993, Puzachenko's morphometric analysis demonstrated that the species was ...
distinct from S. giganteus.
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Kazakhstan blind mole-rat