Fauna of Lebanon

Fauna of Lebanon Last updated on Wednesday 21st April 2010

Indiscriminate hunting has greatly reduced the once-rich bird and animal population. A few species of wild animals survive including jackal, wolf, wild ass and gazelle.

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