A country's demography gives a detailed information about the country. Likewise information about Pakistan
includes the population, flora and fauna, attractions and other important details.
is home to varied species of threatened and tender wildlife carefully protected by the government of Pakistan. Some of the endangered species are otters, whales, crocodiles, black bucks, musk, the Himalayan tahr. Pakistan wildlife
also comprises of various species of birds, which also form a part of the Pakistan tourism or the wildlife safari. Hingol National Park in Baluchistan, is an abode of Pakistan's flora and fauna.
Among all the animals in Pakistan
the notables are the Pakistani Siberian ibex, the musk cat, the porcupines and the wolves. The Pakistani Siberian ibex are mainly of the Alpine descent. It prefers rocky home grounds and is a fabulous climber. The Pakistani musk cats are also among the endangered species. Various types of pythons are found in Pakistan and mainly in the vegetation areas that is near the lakes and rivers. The porcupines and the wolves are also found. Among the endangered animals in Pakista
- Indus River Dolphin
- Snow Leopard
- Woolly Flying Squirrel
- Fin Whale
- blue Whale
- Hotson's Mouse like Hamster
The tender species found in Pakistan duly protected by the government of Pakistan are:
- Fishing Cat
- Wild Goat
- Sind Bat
- Eurasian Otter
- Mediterranean Horseshoe Bat
- Humpback Whale
- Asiatic Black Bear
The Animals in Pakistan
also attract wildlife lovers from across the country unfolding the variety of fauna tenderly protected by the government.
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