Jordan - Flora and fauna



Plants and animals are those common to the eastern Mediterranean and the Syrian Desert. The vegetation ranges from semitropical flora in the Jordan Valley and other regions to shrubs and drought-resistant bushes in the desert. Less than 1% of the land is forested. The wild fauna includes the jackal, hyena, fox, wildcat, gazelle, ibex, antelope, and rabbit; the vulture, sand grouse, skylark, partridge, quail, woodcock, and goldfinch; and the viper, diced water snake, and Syrian black snake.

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Feb 22, 2011 @ 9:09 am
jordan flora covers the wild plants of different ecosystems and habitats in jordan.it also aims to address the cultural aspect of regional species through publishin information.eg : wild lily, flame trree

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