Mammals justification of Kabul province reported to be in (vulnerable) and (near threat) condition
Mohammad Sharif Arianmal, Wahidakarime
The present research was conducted to study the mammals (least worry, vulnerable and near threat) of Kabul province. Our current research is based on IUCN reports and data from within the country during the year 1398. Studies carried out by domestic and foreign researchers over the past 30 years have shown that from the Lynx cat family to the Bear family, the Black Bear family to the rat leopard, and the Uuri ram to the VU cattle family are thus vulnerable to VU. Confirmation of IUCN's in-country report of Siagush's presence in the area of ??Stalef, a species brought to Kabul Zoo that has limited their numbers, and leopard mice were not identified during the investigation but local people in DehSabz district For the past 20 years, they have been remembering and still keeping Ural rams near the Saffi Mountain for 30 years. They have passed the past. Animals that are in close proximity to the threat (NT). From the hyena family is the hyena, from the cat family to the kitten and from the cow family to the maroo deer. Confirmed by (IUCN Red lest) in Kabul, no calories have been seen in Kabul province for the past 20 years, and a mere report of a Paghman district reporting the existence of a catfish over the past 5 years and a species of marsh Kabul Zoo Preserved Reporting The zoo was taken from a flat mountain.