20 Native Animals You Might See in Your Travels

10. Barbary Macaque, Morocco

These primates are mainly found in the Atlas Mountains. They’re matriarchal animals and the males share the responsibility for rearing the young macaques.

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11. Bengal Tiger, India

The Bengal tiger is the national animal of India. While their numbers are decreasing, the Bengal tiger is still the most numerous subspecies. In your journeys, you can come across white Bengal tigers. This change in fur color is due to a mutant recessive gene.

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12. Amur Leopard, Russia

Also known as the Far Eastern leopard, these feral cats are an endangered species. Studies indicate there are approximately 60 of them living in the wild.

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