Fauna in Jordan

Fauna in Jordan Last updated on Tuesday 20th April 2010

Animal life includes the badger, boar, fox, ibex, hyena, hyrax, mongoose, partridge, mole rat, oryx and gazelle.

The desert regions are home to the camel (pictured), sand rat, desert fox, hare and jerboa (a small rodent).

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