The Red Book of Kazakhstan animals, plants, birds | Photos and description

On this page you can get acquainted with representatives of the natural world included in the new Red Book of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The country’s natural resources are saturated and diverse. This has opened great opportunities for the development of many species. However, the rapid development of the world has influenced a decrease in the population of rare animals. Along with the reduction of natural resources due to poaching, endless deforestation and development, representatives of the animal world were under a significant threat of extinction.

Most animals, personally, a person will not see, since there are units, and we get acquainted with these species only on the Internet and in the Red Book of Kazakhstan. The document includes a list of taxa that needs special security at the state level. Therefore, according to the law, hunting and catching these individuals is prohibited.

Almost every year, animals in Kazakhstan are becoming smaller. Even all the efforts made to protect nature are not able to stop the extinction of some taxa. However, measures to preserve nature and restore natural resources are able to save many. It should be noted that the book included 128 types of vertebrates, which you need to take care.

Mammals

Cheetah

Turan Tiger

The lynx is ordinary

Dressing

Laska

Stepnoy ferret

Dzungarian hamster

Indian porcupine

River tear

Marten

Leather

Saigak

Jayran

Turkmen Kulan

Tian-Shan brown bear

Tugue deer

Snow Leopard

Manul

Caracal

Velvet cat

Giant blind

Archar (Argali)

Red Wolf

European mink

Muskrat

Longgrooming hedgehog

Selections

Dwarf carbage

Honey

Beaver

Menzbra’s groundhog

Birds of the Red Book of Kazakhstan

Flamingo

Curly pelican

Pink pelican

Black stork

White stork

Yellow heron

Small white heron

Kopitsa

Caravayka

Redzone barracks

Swan-click

Small swan

Marble Chirik

Whiteeyed black

Millhungry Turpan

Black Turpan

Savka

Swan-click

Golden eagle

Bustard

Jack

Baptist

Crane-beautiful

Bearded man

Kumai

Burial ground

Vulture

Orlan-whitewater

Sapsan

Baloban

Himalayan ular

Osprey

Snake

Eagle-Carlik

Steppe eagle

Orlan-Dolgokhvost

Red Book reptiles Kazakhstan

Varan

Yellowbearing

A motley roundhead

Eyeing foot diabage

Semirechensky Triton

Red Book of Kazakhstan

Aral salmon

Caspian salmon

Syr Darya FalsePatonos

Lysach (pike asp)

Plants of the Red Book of Kazakhstan

Schrenka spruce

Eastern juniper

The almonds of the steppe

The ash of the Sogdian

Schrenka’s Tulgogotsvet

The lotus is nutty

Allochruse is kachimshaped

Spring Adonis (Gorizvet)

Rhodiola pink (Tibetan ginseng)

Bagolnik swamp

Umbrella winterlover (spool)

Maryin root

The shift is open

The poppy is thin

Birch bark warty

European undergrowth

Fiveruble harshoper

Mardon Cretaceous

Linen chalk

Veronica Alatavskaya

Dandelion Cock-Sagyz

Vasilek Talieva

Tulip Bierastein (Dubravnaya Tulip)

Multiple juniper (eastern juniper)

He shot yellowing

Tile sleeper (tiled gladiolus)

Cherry oak (summer oak, ordinary oak or English oak)

Raponmum Saflovid

Landysh Maisky

The shoe is spotted

Baranets ordinary (Plaun Baranian)

Conclusion

Since nature gave us life, we owe it to it. The Law on Nature Protection prohibits the hunting views listed in the Red Book of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The length of the territory and the unique geographical position contributed to the development of natural conditions and the plant world.

The updated edition of the Red Book, dated 1997, has 125 taxes that have undergone cluster, depending on the degree of threat. So, there are five categories:

  1. Disappearing and probably disappeared.
  2. In critical.
  3. Rare species.
  4. Not sufficiently studied.
  5. Controlled.

The latest species are taxa, the population of which managed to restore. But they still need protection. To the possibly disappeared in the territory of the republic, refers:

  • Red Wolf.
  • Cheetah.
  • Mountain sheep.
  • European mink.
  • Ungulates, predators, rodents and insects are more protected. Also some representatives of waterfowl and reptiles are threatened. Everything presented in this section will die out if humanity does not do anything. Therefore, these species need protection at the state level. Intentional harm to these taxons is punishable by law.

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