Where are the endangered species found in Pakistan?
On 4 October 2018 Pakistan Environmental Journalists created what you may call first ever visual database of endangered species in Pakistan. Following is the list of endangered species in Pakistan. The species is only found in Juniper forests near Ziarat in Baluchistan.
How many plants and animals are critically endangered?
A total of 22 species were reported as Critically Endangered locally including 12 plant and 10 animal species. The data were collected through field observation and from the natives.
Why is the finless porpoise endangered in Pakistan?
The finless porpoise is often caught in fishing nets across the coasts of Pakistan. Other threats to the species include habitat loss, boat traffic, and pollution. The species is endemic to Kashmir and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa regions. Depletion of habitat due to livestock grazing and human activities are the major threats to this species.
How many species are endangered in Battagram District?
Present study was conducted to evaluate the diversity, population status and problems associated with the conservation of flora and fauna of District Battagram of western Himalayan Pakistan. A total of 22 species were reported as Critically Endangered locally including 12 plant and 10 animal species.
Where can I find a marbled polecat in Pakistan?
The species is found in the Himalayan river systems of Pakistan where it is listed as an endangered species. Marbled polecat. Vormela peregusna. The species is mostly found in desert areas and is facing major threat in the form of habitat destruction.
How many snow leopards are there in Pakistan?
The IUCN Red Data Book lists the Snow leopard (Panthera uncia) as a globally endangered species. It is estimated that the total remaining population is 7,000 to 10,000, out of which ,approximately, 300 are found in Pakistan.