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Tragopan is a bird genus in the Phasianidae family, which is commonly called "horned pheasant" because males have two brightly colored, fleshy horns on their head that can be erected during courtship displays. The habit of tragopans nesting in tr ...


Eastern cattle egret

The eastern cattle egret is a species of heron found in the tropics, subtropics and warm temperate zones. Most taxonomic authorities lump this species and the western cattle egret together as subspecies of the cattle egret, but some separate them ...


Stejnegers stonechat

Stejnegers stonechat is a species of stonechat native to eastern Asia. It breeds in central and eastern Siberia, Japan, Korea, northeastern China, and eastern Mongolia, and migrates south to southern China and Indochina in winter. It is a small b ...


Birds of East Asia


Birds of North Asia


Australasian treecreeper

There are seven species of Australasian treecreeper in the passerine bird family Climacteridae. They are medium-small, mostly brown birds with patterning on their underparts, and all are endemic to Australia-New Guinea. They resemble, but are not ...



Myiagra is a genus of passerine birds in the family Monarchidae, the monarch flycatchers, sometimes referred to as the broad-billed flycatchers or simply broadbills native to Australasia.


Poliocephalus (bird)

Poliocephalus is a small genus of birds in the grebe family. Its two members are found in Australia and New Zealand. They are: Hoary-headed grebe, poliocephalus New Zealand grebe, Poliocephalus rufopectus


Eastern osprey

The eastern osprey is a diurnal, fish-eating bird of prey. They live in Oceania at coastal regions of the Australian continent, the Indonesian islands, New Guinea, and the Philippines. It is usually sedentary and pairs breed at the same nest site ...


Eastern great egret

The eastern great egret, a white heron in the genus Ardea, is usually considered a subspecies of the great egret. It was first described by British ornithologist John Edward Gray in 1831.


Bats of Africa


Bats of Asia


Bats of North America


Bats of Oceania


Bats of South America


Rodents of Africa


Rodents of Asia


Rodents of North America


Rodents of Oceania


Rodents of South America



Adenota is an alternative genus or sub-genus within the Reduncinae sub-family of family Bovidae, composed of the species Kobus kob and Kobus vardonii. It was described by Nowak in 1991.



Antilopini is a tribe of medium-sized gazelles and dwarf antelopes that live in and around the Sahara, Horn of Africa, and Eurasia. The females have very short horns compared with the males, and they have smooth and glossy tan and white coats. Mo ...




Vivacious gerbil

The Vivacious gerbil is a synonym for two species: Gerbillus amoenus - pleasant gerbil Gerbillus nanus - Balochistan gerbil, dwarf gerbil



Xerini is a tribe of ground squirrels occurring in Africa and Asia. With the tribes Marmotini and Protoxerini, they form the subfamily Xerinae. There are three living genera - Xerus, the African ground squirrels; Atlantoxerus, containing the livi ...


Mammals of North Africa


Antelopes of Africa




Bovids of Africa


Mammals of the Canary Islands


Equines of Africa


Mongooses of Africa


Primates of Africa


Albino gaur

Albino gaur or white bison are a type of gaur, occasionally seen in the Manjampatti Valley, a 110.9 km 2 protected area at the eastern end of Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park in Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu, South India. They ...


Central Asian red deer

The Central Asian red deer is a primordial group of elk subspecies, which is found at the southern and eastern rim of the Tibetan plateau. Sometimes it is treated as a distinct species. The Central Asian deer have been included traditionally in t ...


Chinese hamster

Chinese hamsters are rodents in genus Cricetulus of the subfamily Cricetidae that originated in the deserts of northern China and Mongolia. They are distinguished by an abnormally long tail relative to other hamsters, whose tails are stubby. Chin ...



Dyacopterus is a genus of megabats from south-east Asia. It contains three species, namely: Brookss dyak fruit bat, Dyacopterus brooksi Dayak fruit bat, Dyacopterus spadiceus Rickarts dyak fruit bat, Dyacopterus rickarti



Hyelaphus is a genus of relatively small South and Southeast Asia deer that are overall brown. The three species are all threatened, and two of the species are restricted to a few small islands. Originally considered a subgenus of Axis, genetic e ...


Manchurian sika deer

The Manchurian sika deer or Dybowskis sika deer is a subspecies of deer, the largest of the 14 subspecies of sika deer. It was first described by Robert Swinhoe in 1864.


Manis paleojavanica

Manis paleojavanica, the Asian giant pangolin, is an extinct species of pangolin native to Asia. In 1926, E. Dubois described the bones of M. paleojavanica discovered in Java. Later, Lord Medway excavated another set of bones at the Niah Caves in ...


North China sika deer

The North China sika deer or Mandarin sika deer is one of the many subspecies of sika deer. It is a large subspecies with some of the most prominent spots of all subspecies, which is permanent throughout the year. It previously inhabited lowland ...


Shanxi sika deer

The Shanxi sika deer is a possibly extinct subspecies of the sika deer. It is also one of its largest, being 105–110 cm tall at the shoulders and weighing 100 kg. The color is tawny or grayish dark, and is brown on the back of the leg. The spots ...


Sichuan sika deer

The Sichuan sika deer is one of the many subspecies of sika deer. It was discovered in 1978 and was proven to be a distinct subspecies. It is found in the mountains of northern Sichuan and southern Gansu, which holds the largest population of Sik ...


South China sika deer

The South China sika deer is one of many subspecies of sika deer. Standing 85 cm or 33 in tall at the shoulders, it is a small subspecies that is only a little larger than its Japanese counterpart. The back is brown with a long dark vertebral str ...


Vietnamese sika deer

The Vietnamese sika deer is one of the many subspecies of the sika deer. It is one of the smaller subspecies, due to the tropical environment they live in. They were previously found in northern Vietnam and possibly southwestern China, but have n ...


Yarkand deer

The Yarkand deer, or the Theenivs deer, is a subspecies of Red Deer that is native to central Asia. It is similar in ecology to the Bactrian deer in occupying lowland riparian corridors surrounded by deserts. Both populations are isolated from on ...


Yezo sika deer

The Yezo sika deer is one of the many subspecies of the sika deer. The sika that inhabit the island of Hokkaido are indigenous, although it is not known whether they originated there or migrated from the main island of Japan. Is it thought they m ...


Mammals of East Asia


Antelopes of Asia


Mammals of the Arabian Peninsula

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