The national animal for Pakistan is the markhor
and the state animal is the Snow Leopard
. Pakistan is home to several species of threatened wildlife that is protected by the government of Pakistan. Some of the endangered species of this country are whales, crocodiles, otters and the Himalayan tahr
. The notable animals of Pakistan are the musk cat, porcupines and wolves. Pakistan is also notable for the Pakistani Siberian Ibex. You will find the Siberian Ibex in the alpine desert areas of Pakistan. The Siberian Ibex prefers rocky ground with places with climb. The mountainous areas of the country are home to the fauna. Because the area is so remote and hard for humans to get to, it offers protection for the fauna. The mountainous areas are also home to the Marco Polo Sheep and Uriel Sheep. Both of these species of sheep are are on the endangered list.
Depending on what part of the country, depends on the plants and wildlife that you see. The national tree for Pakistan is the Deodar Cedar and the national flower is the Poet's Jasmine. The northern areas of Pakistan offer alpine grazing areas and temperate forests. The western parts of the country offer plains and deserts. Here you will find date palms and ephedra as well as the leopard gecko ,snakes and toads. Pakistan also has some coastal regions that offers wetlands. The coastline of Pakistan offers over 1000 species of fish. You will find bamboo in the wetlands as well. You will have find several protected wetlands in Pakistan. The gharial and the mugger crocodile call the wetlands of Pakistan home.