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Animals in Korea, North
While North Korea is a very beautiful country with it's many wonderful landscapes and culture, this country also includes some of the most beautiful and exquisite animals on the planet.
Some of the different types of animals you'll find in this country are the Elks,
wild boar
Wild Boars, Leopards, Cross foxes,
raccoon dog
Raccoon Dogs,
brown bear
Brown Bears, Tigers and Common Seals.
When it comes to the many habitats for these types of animals, some of these locations can range from the forests, mountains, mainland areas and meadows.
With the huge array of beautiful mammals and amphibians of all shapes and sizes that effects the overall natural beauty of this country, there are also some unique and endangered animals that live in the North Korean region.
Several animals that stand out as unique are also very beautiful and stunning.
Animals such as the Amur Leopard, The
Asiatic black bear
Asiatic Black Bear and the Siberian Tiger have been known as some of the most endangered species in North Korea.
Due to the many issues with deforestation, pollution and a variety of environment issues, there have been less and less of some of these native and rare gems in the North Korea wildlife.
The Siberian Tiger has been known to have been located in several other places in the world including The Western and Eastern Asian regions as well as the Eastern Region of Russia.
As for the Amur Leopard, this species has also been spotted in other places in the forests or Korea, China and Russian, but is critically endangered to the point of them become extremely rare to locate.
The Asiatic Black Bear which is also known as a Moon Bear is yet another beautiful species that is also going extinct due to poachers.
North Korea also has many different species of marine life as well!

Click here for a list of endangered animals in Korea, North.
Even-toed ungulates in Korea, North
Wild boar
Eastern roe deer
Chinese water deer
Siberian musk deer
Chinese goral
Carnivores in Korea, North
Racoon dog
Arctic wolf
Common seal
Leopard cat
Common otter
Eurasian lynx
Asiatic black bear
Cross fox
Least weasel
Yellow-throated marten
Japanese marten
Mountain weasel
Brown bear
Siberian weasel
Dolphins, porpoises, and whales in Korea, North
Baird's beaked whale
Killer whale
Atlantic dolphin
Dall's porpoise
Devil fish
Pygmy sperm whale
Pacific white-sided dolphin
Bridled dolphin
Long-beaked dolphin
Rough-toothed dolphin
Common minke whale
Coalfish whale
Blue whale
Black finless porpoise
Common rorqual
Bats in Korea, North
Birdlike noctule
Northern bat
Brown big-eared bat
Kobayashi's serotine
Greater horseshoe bat
European free-tailed bat
Little tube-nosed bat
Particoloured bat
Greater tube-nosed bat
Asian particolored bat
Ussuri tube-nosed bat
Whiskered bat
Natterer's bat
Far eastern myotis
Hodgson's bat
Fraternal myotis
Ikonnikov's bat
Hares, pikas, and rabbits in Korea, North
Northern pika
Korean hare
Manchurian hare
Rodents in Korea, North
Striped dwarf hamster
Russian flying squirrel
Tanezumi rat
Eurasian red squirrel
Eurasian harvest mouse
Siberian chipmunk
Greater long-tailed hamster
Striped field mouse
Korean field mouse
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