The nature of the threat is not exactly clear, but it is thought that the following might be contributing factors to their endangered species listing on the World Conservation Union's red list: * Habitat disturbance from mining activities, overgrazing and agriculture. * Climate changes * The domestic cats and other predators
The four-toed jerboa is endangered and lives in northern Africa
No it is not.
yes i think
the long eared jerboa is endangered ;it lives up to 2-3 years approximatly ;its latin name is Euchoreutes naso ;it can jump 12 times its height ;its hair covers most of its body
Shrew + Sand = Jerboa
The great Jerboa lives in any desert.
Bobrinski's Jerboa was created in 1937.
Lichtenstein's Jerboa was created in 1927.