Cetartiodactyls are found the world over, from north of the Arctic Circle to the waters surrounding Antarctica. artiodactyla are native to all continents except Antarctica and Australia, and some artiodactyla are domesticated and have been introduced around the world by humans. cetacea inhabit all of the world's oceans and some freshwater lakes and rivers in South America, North America, and Asia. (Nowak, 1999; Rice, 1984; Simpson, 1984)
Biogeographic Regions: Nearctic; Nearctic :: Introduced; Nearctic :: Native; Palearctic; Palearctic :: Introduced; Palearctic :: Native; Oriental; Oriental :: Introduced; Oriental :: Native; Ethiopian; Ethiopian :: Introduced; Ethiopian :: Native; Neotropical; Neotropical :: Introduced; Neotropical :: Native; Australian; Australian :: Introduced; Arctic Ocean; Arctic Ocean :: Native; Indian Ocean; Indian Ocean :: Native; Atlantic Ocean; Atlantic Ocean :: Native; Pacific Ocean; Pacific Ocean :: Native; Mediterranean Sea; Mediterranean Sea :: Native
Other Geographic Terms: Holarctic; Cosmopolitan
- Nowak, R. 1999. Walker's Mammals of the World, vol. II. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press.