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The beautiful land that exists in Serbia and Montenegro consists of rich soil fertile plains found in northern Serbia. Southern Serbia and Montenegro habitat consists of uplands and mountains. To the east part of Serbia's land has limestone ranges. On the southwest coast of Montenegro there are no offshore islands and the area is elevated high. Serbia and Montenegro's mountains and uplands are in the southeast. The highest of these mountains reach over 6,560 feet. The highest mountain reaches over 8,700 feet.

There are 70 animal species. Among the many animals found in Serbia and Montenegro are like the many common animals found in other parts of the world; some special. There are elk, roe deer, the cross fox, ducks and geese. There are over 381 types of species of birds, including the gorgeous crane. 10 types of birds are threatened near extinction worldwide. There are
wild cat
wild cats like the lynx. Domestic animals remain a population problem that run wild and stray on the streets. Other more special types of animals are the brown hare,
wild boar
wild boar, the beautiful arctic wolf, chamois, mouflon, beech martin.

These animals are some of the many that live in the beautiful lands of Serbia and Montenegro. A place worth visiting to see the animals that exist here. Some nature areas are preserved so as to help wildlife. The animals and bird habitats need to be protected to preserve their future existence. The rich plains and mountain areas give the animals a place to strive.


Even-toed ungulates in Serbia and Montenegro
Chamois
Wild boar
Elk
Roe deer
Carnivores in Serbia and Montenegro
Arctic wolf
Cross fox
Beech marten
Wild cat
Ermine
Common otter
Steppe polecat
Eurasian lynx
Marbled polecat
European polecat
Brown bear
Least weasel
Bats in Serbia and Montenegro
Bechstein's bat
Long-fingered bat
Pond bat
Geoffroy's bat
Greater mouse-eared bat
Natterer's bat
Lesser noctule
Common pipistrelle
Blasius's horseshoe bat
Mediterranean horseshoe bat
Greater horseshoe bat
Lesser horseshoe bat
Western barbastelle
Hares, pikas, and rabbits in Serbia and Montenegro
Brown hare
Rodents in Serbia and Montenegro
European ground squirrel
Balkan snow vole
Forest dormouse
Eurasian harvest mouse
Field vole
Felten's vole
G√ľnther's vole
Common vole
European pine vole
Alpine pine vole
Mound-building mouse
Common dormouse
Lesser mole rat
Striped field mouse
Yellow-necked field mouse
Broad-toothed field mouse
Long-tailed field mouse
Eurasian red squirrel
Ural field mouse
Southern birch mouse
Information about the animals living in Serbia and Montenegro is brought to you by "List of countries of the world", your first stop in discovering all countries and animals of the world.

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