Fauna in Syria Last updated on
Monday 26th April 2010
Mammals native to Syria include the antelope, gazelle, wildcat, deer, squirrel, hare and porcupine. Bird life consists of the pelican, flamingo, ostrich, bustard, falcon and eagle. The desert areas support the chameleon and various lizards.
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