Endemic Animals of Maharashtra








Eurylepis poonaensis
Eurylepis poonaensis
Eurylepis poonaensis, the Poona skink, is a species of skink found only in Maharashtra, India.
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Eurylepis poonaensis
Uropeltis phipsonii
Uropeltis phipsonii
Uropeltis phipsonii, commonly known as Phipson's shieldtail, is a species of snake in the family Uropeltidae. The species is endemic to India.
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Uropeltis phipsonii
Kolhapur day gecko
Kolhapur day gecko
The Kolhapur day gecko is a species of gecko described from the hills in Kolhapur in Maharashtra, India.
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Kolhapur day gecko
White-striped viper gecko
White-striped viper gecko
The white-striped viper gecko is a species of gecko endemic to India.
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White-striped viper gecko
Kondana soft-furred rat
Kondana soft-furred rat
The Kondana soft-furred rat, also known as the Kondana rat or large metad, is an endangered species of rodent in the family Muridae. It is a nocturnal burrowing rat that is endemic to the Sinhgad plateau near Pune, Maharashtra, India. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical dry lowland grassland, and urban areas. Major threats are habitat loss, overgrazing of vegetation, and disturbance from tourism ...
and recreational activities.
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Kondana soft-furred rat