Andorra is a small state in Europe that is overflowing with animals of all kinds. Much of the land sustains endangered wildlife that no one can touch or kill. One of the most popular animals that not only provide residents with entertainment but income as well is sheep. Sheep are kept as pets by some families, but they are mostly used as a source of income for their wool. Other animals that live in Andorra that are prized as a way to earn an income include the mule, cattle and goats. The valleys in Andorra offer green grasslands for the animals to graze on so that farmers do not have to waste a lot of money on feed to keep the animals alive. Sheep and goats can be seen grazing in the spring and summer, while in the fall the cattle help to clean the excess grass off the land. Meat and milk are two of the number one food items that farmers get from the animals that are raised. Fish are also prevalent in Andorra. There are many freshwater streams and ponds for the fish to live in. trout are the most numerous of all the fish in Andorra. The state has animal fairs where people will buy and sell their animals and the products the animals produce. This is one of the main ways that people make a living in Andorra. Most of the fairs are held in the fall after all of the land has been cleared and plowed by the animals.
Even-toed ungulates in AndorraWild boar
Carnivores in AndorraLeast weasel
Bats in AndorraGreater mouse-eared bat
Lesser horseshoe bat
Rodents in AndorraYellow-necked field mouse
Long-tailed field mouse
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