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Animals in Sudan
Sudan lies in the Northeastern part of Africa and the majority of the county is Muslim and Christian. Sudan was the biggest country in the continent of Africa before south Sudan split from it. The largest country in the continent of Africa is now Algeria. Northern Sudan lies between the Egyptian border and Khartoum, it divided into two distinct parts, the Nile valley and the Nubian desert, to the east of the Nile valley lies Nubian desert and the Libyan desert lies to the west

Sudan is one of the most diverse countries in the world with almost 200 ethnic groups and over 900 languages as well as dialects although some of the smaller ethnic groups have disappeared mainly because of migration. When smaller ethnic groups moved or migrated to other parts of the country, they become part of the dominant language or dialect in that part of the country, and slowly disappeared.

Most parts of Sudan are in a desert, and baboons can live in different kinds of climates, in the desert as well as in the grassland. Other types of animals such as antelopes, barbary sheep,
Nubian ibex
nubian ibex, are also found in the Sudan desert, but Sudan has a range of climates where different types of animals can live and survive. The four species are only found in the Sudan desert where certain types of animals can not survive. The four species are endangered with just very few specimens still left in the wild.

In addition, Sudan's forest reserves provided habitat for bongo also an antelope,
giant forest hog
giant forest hogs,
red river hog
red river hogs, forest elephants,
chimpanzees, as well as forest monkeys. burton gerbril, freshwater fish, batterfly leptomyrina sudanica, cat snake telescopus gezirae, etc. are only found in Sudan and nowhere else in the world., which makes them special and unique.

Click here for a list of endangered animals in Sudan.
Even-toed ungulates in Sudan
African buffalo
Common hartebeest
Salt's dik-dik
Guenther's dikdik
Mountain reedbuck
Bohar reedbuck
Nubian ibex
Common hippopotamus
Peter's duiker
Blue duiker
Red-flanked duiker
Common warthog
Yellow-backed duiker
Giant forest hog
Addra gazelle
Weyn's duiker
Lesser kudu
Dorcas gazelle
Greater kudu
Grant's gazelle
Red-fronted gazelle
Thomson's gazelle
Nile lechwe
Sahara oryx
Grey duiker
Carnivores in Sudan
African palm civet
Marsh mongoose
Spotted hyaena
Pousargues' mongoose
Speckle-throated otter
African clawless otter
Slender mongoose
African wild dog
Common dwarf mongoose
Egyptian mongoose
White-tailed mongoose
Asiatic jackal
Banded mongoose
Side-striped jackal
Honey badger
Black-backed jackal
Saharan striped polecat
Striped polecat
African caracal
African civet
Common genet
Panther genet
Wild cat
Striped hyaena
African sand fox
Bat-eared fox
African lion
Fennec fox
Dolphins, porpoises, and whales in Sudan
Chinese white dolphin
Long-beaked dolphin
Bats in Sudan
Hairy slit-faced bat
Large-eared slit-faced bat
Egyptian free-tailed bat
Dwarf slit-faced bat
African giant free-tailed bat
Egyptian slit-faced bat
Hamilton's tomb bat
Rüppel's pipistrelle
Mauritian tomb bat
Rusty pipistrelle
Trident bat
Naked-rumped tomb bat
Egyptian tomb bat
Straw-coloured fruit bat
Gambian epauletted fruit bat
Ethiopian epauletted fruit bat
Lesser horseshoe bat
Franquet's epauletted fruit bat
Halcyon horseshoe bat
Horn-skinned bat
Heart-nosed bat
Aba roundleaf bat
Geoffroy's horseshoe bat
Eloquent horseshoe bat
Benito roundleaf bat
Rüppell's horseshoe bat
Peter's dwarf epauletted fruit bat
Sundevall's roundleaf bat
Hildebrandt's horseshoe bat
Moloney's flat-headed bat
Cyclops roundleaf bat
Lander's horseshoe bat
Angolan free-tailed bat
Noack's roundleaf bat
Bushveld horseshoe bat
Mongalla free-tailed bat
Lesser mouse-tailed bat
Midas free-tailed bat
Greater mouse-tailed bat
Dwarf free-tailed bat
Hammer-headed fruit bat
Long-haired rousette
Trevor's free-tailed bat
Light-winged lesser house bat
Dark-winged lesser house bat
Duke of abruzzi's free-tailed bat
African yellow bat
Ansorge's free-tailed bat
White-bellied yellow bat
Gland-tailed free-tailed bat
Yellow-winged bat
Schreber's yellow bat
Spotted free-tailed bat
Little collared fruit bat
Greenish yellow bat
Lappet-eared free-tailed bat
Nigerian free-tailed bat
Welwitch's bat
Little free-tailed bat
Bate's slit-faced bat
African sheath-tailed bat
Large slit-faced bat
Hyraxes in Sudan
Western tree dassie
Bush hyrax
Rock dassie
Hares, pikas, and rabbits in Sudan
Cape hare
Bunyoro rabbit
Elephant-shrews in Sudan
Short-snouted elephant shrew
Dusky-footed elephant shrew
Rufous elephant-shrew
Horses, rhinoceroses, and tapirs in Sudan
Burchell's zebra
Pangolins in Sudan
Giant ground pangolin
Cape pangolin
Black-bellied pangolin
Three-cusped pangolin
Primates in Sudan
Hamadryas baboon
Patas monkey
Lesser bushbaby
Black-cheeked white-nosed monkey
Blue monkey
De brazza's monkey
Eastern black-and-white colobus
Gray-cheeked mangabey
Elephants in Sudan
African elephant
Rodents in Sudan
Yellow-spotted brush-furred rat
Greater egyptian gerbil
Mackillingin's gerbil
Gambian rat
Hinde's rock rat
Khartoum gerbil
Boehm's bush squirrel
Waters's gerbil
Ochre bush squirrel
Ochre mole rat
African grass rat
Rufous-nosed rats
Arid thicket rat
African marsh rat
Woodland thicket rat
Jackson's praomys
African brush-tailed porcupine
Big-eared swamp rat
Ruwenzori thicket rat
Pouched gerbil
Macmillan's thicket rat
Kemp's gerbil
Fat sand rat
Small-eared dormouse
Fring-tailed gerbil
Gambian sun squirrel
Savanna gerbil
Congo gerbil
Guinea multimammate mouse
Emin's gerbil
Natal multimammate mouse
Harrington's gerbil
Sundevall's jird
Lesser cane rat
Greater cane rat
Stella hylomyscus
Crested porcupine
Lesser egyptian jerboa
Pygmy mouse
Barfur gerbil
Peter's mouse
Striped ground squirrel
Sudan gerbil
Thomas's pygmy mouse
Delicate mouse
Unstriped ground squirrel
Rosalinda gerbil
Gray-bellied pygmy mouse
Hildegarde's broad-headed mouse
Agag gerbil
Hoogstral's lemniscomys
Tropical vlei rat
Botta's gerbil
Buffoon lemniscomys
Bushy-tailed jird
Burton's gerbil
Cairo spiny mouse
Typical lemniscomys
Dongola gerbil
Tiny fat mouse
Lesser egyptian gerbil
Percival's spiny mouse
Crested rat
Principal gerbil
Pygmy gerbil
Wilson's spiny mouse
Least gerbil
Lowe's gerbil
African wading rat
Dugongs, manatees, and sea cows in Sudan
Aardvark in Sudan
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