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Animals in Uganda

20 of the Most Uganda's Famous Endangered Species 2019/2020

Cheetah

In Uganda cheetahs are traditionally only present in the vicinity of Kidepo Valley National Park though several sightings in the north of Murchison Falls National Park suggest they may yet re-colonize the park …

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Leopard

The leopard is so strong and comfortable in trees that it often hauls its kills into the branches. By dragging the bodies of large animals aloft it hopes to keep them safe from scavengers such as hyenas. …

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Lion

Today there are only 2 surviving species of lions: African and Asian. Though the latter is endangered with less than 300 alive in the wild in a reserve. Asiatic male lions have a less prominent mane. …

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Mongoose

Mongooses live in burrows and are non-discriminatory predators, feeding on small animals such as rodents, birds, reptiles, frogs, insects, and worms …

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Potto

This small primate is Classified as endangered under the American society of wild life. Potto comes from the African word pata meaning tailless …

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Ratel a.k.a honey-badger

The badger can be found in most regions south of the Sahara, except for deserts and lowland rainforest. The ratel badger can be found in most of West Africa, south of Morocco. Ratels are wide spread in Uganda but Uncommon and rarely seen …

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Rhino

The rhinoceros is a large, primitive-looking mammal that dates from the mocena era millions of years ago. The white or squire-hired rhino is one of 2 rhinos in Africa. …

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Uganda Kob

Today there are only 2 surviving species of lions: African and Asian. Though the latter is endangered with less than 300 alive in the wild in a reserve. Asiatic male lions have a less prominent mane …

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Vervet Monkey

In Uganda there at least 4 races out of the 20 recognised worldwide; the black faced vervet (C.a.centralis), Naivasha vervet (C.a.callidus), Jebel Mara tantalus (C.a.marrensis) and Stuhlmann’s green monkey (C.a.stuhlmanni) …

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African Elephant

The largest land animal is also one of the most intelligent and intertaining to watch. A fully grown elphant is about 3.5 m high and weighs around 6,000 kg …

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Anubis Baboon

Also known as Olive baboon, this heavily built and mainly terrestrial baboon can be distinguished from any other Ugandan monkey by its larger size and distinctive dog-like head …

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Black-and-white Colobus Monkey

Also known as the guereza, this beautifully marked and distinctive monkey has a black body, white facial markings, long white tail and, in some races, a white side-stripe …

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Blue Monkey

The blue monkey is the most widespread forest guenon in East Africa- uniform dark blue-grey in colour except for its white throat and chest patch …

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Oribi

This endearing gazelle-like antelope has a light red-brown back, white underparts, and a diagnostic black scent gland under its ear …

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Uganda Red Colobus

Split from the Western red colobus in 2001, this relatively large red-grey monkey has few distinguishing features other than its slightly tufted crown …

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