Libya has lots and lots of widlife. Libya has basic farm animals such as the cow, sheep, goat and chicken. There national animal is the Arabian Eagle. In the desert you will find ninety-five species of reptiles which consist of lizards, snakes and turtles. Libya does have some protected areas where animals can live protected because most of the wildlife native to the county or extinct or on there way to being extinct. You can find Barbary sheep in Libya as well. Another animal that you find living in the desert is a fennec
, also known as a desert fox. One of the beautiful animals of this country is a gazelle. Libya is also home to the world's highest flying bee, jabal alakhdar, which is protected by a program to save it from extinction. There are several turtle species that can be found in Libya as well. The kleinmanni and the golden greek tortoise are just a couple of the types of turtles found in this country. These two are already on the extinction list. The libyan jerboa is another rodent on the endangered species list for Libya even those residents in the United States bred them and keep them as pets.Most of Libya is devoid of vegetation and there only supports minimal growth. There only about 14 plant species that are native to Libya. You will find that a lot of the wildlife in Libya dessert mammals. The northern area of the country is a lot of forest. The most noticeable plant that you will find in Libya is a family member in lily family and jubele.