IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

Jaculus orientalis has a distribution extending from Morocco, east through Algeria and Tunisia, to Libya, and Egypt. Extralimitally to the African continent, the species also occurs in the Sinai (Egypt) and from the northern Negev desert and western Judean Desert in Israel. The species is found from sea level to 600 m in Israel, although it is found at much higher elevations in Africa.


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