List of mammals in Nepal

This is a list of the mammal species recorded in Nepal. There are 167 mammal species in Nepal, of which 1 is critically endangered, 11 are endangered, 20 are vulnerable, and 4 are near-threatened. [This list is derived from the IUCN Red List which lists species of mammals and includes those mammals that have recently been classified as extinct (since 1500 AD). The taxonomy and naming of the individual species is based on those used in existing Wikipedia articles as of 21 May 2007 and supplemented by the common names and taxonomy from the IUCN, Smithsonian Institute, or University of Michigan where no Wikipedia article was available.]

The following tags are used to highlight each species' conservation status as assessed by the IUCN:

Some species were assessed using an earlier set of criteria. Species assessed using this system have the following instead of Near Threatened and Least Concern categories:

ubclass: Theria

Infraclass: Eutheria

Order: Proboscidea (elephants)

----The elephants comprise three living species and are the largest living land animals.

*Family: Elephantidae (elephants)
***Genus: Elephas
**** Asian Elephant "Elephas maximus" EN

Order: Primates

----The order Primates contains all the species commonly related to the lemurs, monkeys, and apes, with the latter category including humans. It is divided informally into three main groupings: prosimians, monkeys of the New World, and monkeys and apes of the Old World.

*Suborder: Haplorrhini
**Infraorder: Simiiformes
***Parvorder: Catarrhini
****Superfamily: Cercopithecoidea
*****Family: Cercopithecidae (Old World monkeys)
*******Genus: Macaca
******** Assam Macaque "Macaca assamensis" VU
******** Rhesus Macaque "Macaca mulatta" LR/nt
******Subfamily: Colobinae
*******Genus: Semnopithecus
******** Gray langur "Semnopithecus entellus" LR/nt

Order: Rodentia (rodents)

----Rodents make up the largest order of mammals, with over 40 percent of mammalian species. They have two incisors in the upper and lower jaw which grow continually and must be keep short by gnawing. Most rodents are small though the capybara can weigh up to 45 kg (100 lb).

*Suborder: Hystricognathi
**Family: Hystricidae (Old World porcupines)
***Genus: Hystrix
**** Malayan Porcupine "Hystrix brachyura" VU
**** Indian Porcupine "Hystrix indica" LR/lc
*Suborder: Sciurognathi
**Family: Sciuridae (squirrels)
***Subfamily: Ratuinae
****Genus: Ratufa
***** Black Giant Squirrel "Ratufa bicolor" LR/lc
***Subfamily: Sciurinae
****Tribe: Pteromyini
*****Genus: Belomys
****** Hairy-footed flying squirrel "Belomys pearsonii" LR/nt
*****Genus: Hylopetes
****** Particolored Flying Squirrel "Hylopetes alboniger" EN
*****Genus: Petaurista
****** Spotted Giant Flying Squirrel "Petaurista elegans" LR/lc
****** Hodgson's Giant Flying Squirrel "Petaurista magnificus" LR/nt
****** Bhutan Giant Flying Squirrel "Petaurista nobilis" LR/nt
***Subfamily: Callosciurinae
****Genus: Callosciurus
***** Irrawaddy Squirrel "Callosciurus pygerythrus" VU
****Genus: Dremomys
***** Orange-bellied Himalayan Squirrel "Dremomys lokriah" LR/lc
****Genus: Funambulus
***** Northern Palm Squirrel "Funambulus pennantii" LR/lc
****Genus: Tamiops
***** Himalayan Striped Squirrel "Tamiops macclellandi" LR/lc
***Subfamily: Xerinae
****Tribe: Marmotini
*****Genus: Marmota
****** Himalayan marmot "Marmota himalayana" LR/lc
**Family: Spalacidae
***Subfamily: Rhizomyinae
****Genus: Cannomys
***** Lesser Bamboo Rat "Cannomys badius" LR/lc
**Family: Cricetidae
***Subfamily: Cricetinae
****Genus: Cricetulus
***** Tibetan Dwarf Hamster "Cricetulus alticola" LR/lc
***Subfamily: Arvicolinae
****Genus: Alticola
***** Stoliczka's Mountain Vole "Alticola stoliczkanus" LR/lc
***** Strachey's Mountain Vole "Alticola stracheyi" LR/lc
****Genus: Microtus
***** Sikkim Vole "Microtus sikimensis" LR/lc
**Family: Muridae (mice, rats, voles, gerbils, hamsters, etc.)
***Subfamily: Gerbillinae
****Genus: Tatera
***** Indian Gerbil "Tatera indica" LR/lc
***Subfamily: Murinae
****Genus: Apodemus
***** Himalayan Field Mouse "Apodemus gurkha" LR/lc
***** Kashmir Field Mouse "Apodemus rusiges" LR/lc
***** Ward's Field Mouse "Apodemus wardi" LR/lc
****Genus: Bandicota
***** Lesser Bandicoot Rat "Bandicota bengalensis" LR/lc
***** Greater Bandicoot Rat "Bandicota indica" LR/lc
****Genus: Dacnomys
***** Millard's Rat "Dacnomys millardi" LR/lc
****Genus: Diomys
***** Crump's Mouse "Diomys crumpi" LR/nt
****Genus: Millardia
***** Soft-furred Rat "Millardia meltada" LR/lc
****Genus: Mus
***** Little Indian Field Mouse "Mus booduga" LR/lc
***** Fawn-colored Mouse "Mus cervicolor" LR/lc
***** Cook's Mouse "Mus cookii" LR/lc
***** Rock-loving Mouse "Mus saxicola" LR/lc
***** Earth-colored Mouse "Mus terricolor" LR/lc
****Genus: Niviventer
***** Smoke-bellied Rat "Niviventer eha" LR/lc
***** Chestnut White-bellied Rat "Niviventer fulvescens" LR/lc
***** White-bellied Rat "Niviventer niviventer" LR/lc
****Genus: Rattus
***** Himalayan Field Rat "Rattus nitidus" LR/lc
***** Sikkim Rat "Rattus sikkimensis" VU
***** Tanezumi Rat "Rattus tanezumi" LR/lc
***** Turkestan Rat "Rattus turkestanicus" LR/lc
****Genus: Vandeleuria
***** Asiatic Long-tailed Climbing Mouse "Vandeleuria oleracea" LR/lc

Order: Lagomorpha (lagomorphs)

----The lagomorphs comprise two families, Leporidae (hares and rabbits), and Ochotonidae (pikas). Though they can resemble rodents, and were classified as a superfamily in that order until the early twentieth century, they have since been considered a separate order. They differ from rodents in a number of physical characteristics, such as having four incisors in the upper jaw rather than two.

*Family: Ochotonidae (pikas)
**Genus: Ochotona
*** Black-lipped Pika "Ochotona curzoniae" LR/lc
*** Himalayan Pika "Ochotona himalayana" LR/lc
*** Large-eared Pika "Ochotona macrotis" LR/lc
*** Nubra Pika "Ochotona nubrica" LR/lc
*** Royle's Pika "Ochotona roylei" LR/lc
*Family: Leporidae (rabbits, hares)
**Genus: Caprolagus
*** Hispid Hare "Caprolagus hispidus" EN
**Genus: Lepus
*** Woolly Hare "Lepus oiostolus" LR/lc

Order: Soricomorpha (shrews, moles, and soledons)

----The "shrew-forms" are insectivorous mmmals. The shrews and soledons closely resemble mice while the moles are stout bodied burrowers.

*Family: Soricidae (shrews)
**Subfamily: Crocidurinae
***Genus: Crocidura
**** Grey Shrew "Crocidura attenuata" LR/lc
**** Horsefield's Shrew "Crocidura horsfieldii" LR/lc
***Genus: Suncus
**** Etruscan Shrew "Suncus etruscus" LC
**** Asian House Shrew "Suncus murinus" LR/lc
**** Anderson's Shrew "Suncus stoliczkanus" LR/lc
**Subfamily: Soricinae
***Tribe: Nectogalini
****Genus: Nectogale
***** Elegant Water Shrew "Nectogale elegans" LR/lc
****Genus: Soriculus
***** Long-tailed Brown-toothed Shrew "Soriculus leucops" LR/lc
***** Long-tailed Mountain Shrew "Soriculus macrurus" LR/lc
***** Himalayan Shrew "Soriculus nigrescens" LR/lc
***Tribe: Soricini
****Genus: Sorex
***** Lesser Striped Shrew "Sorex bedfordiae" LR/lc
***** Lofty Shrew "Sorex excelsus" DD
***** Eurasian Pygmy Shrew "Sorex minutus" LR/lc
***** Tibetan Shrew "Sorex thibetanus" LR/lc
*Family: Talpidae (moles)
**Subfamily: Talpinae
***Tribe: Talpini
****Genus: Euroscaptor
***** Himalayan Mole "Euroscaptor micrura" LR/lc

Order: Chiroptera (bats)

----The bats' most distinguishing feature is that their forelimbs are developed as wings, making them the only mammals in the world naturally capable of flight. Bat species account for about 20% of all mammals.

*Family: Pteropodidae (flying foxes, Old World fruit bats)
**Subfamily: Pteropodinae
***Genus: Cynopterus
**** Lesser Dog-faced Fruit Bat "Cynopterus brachyotis" LR/lc
**** Greater Short-nosed Fruit Bat "Cynopterus sphinx"
***Genus: Eonycteris
**** Long-tongued Fruit Bat "Eonycteris speleae"
***Genus: Macroglossus
**** Hill Long-tongued Fruit Bat "Macroglossus sobrinus"
***Genus: Megaerops
**** Niphan's Tailless Fruit Bat "Megaerops niphanae"
***Genus: Pteropus
**** Indian Flying-fox "Pteropus giganteus" LR/lc
***Genus: Rousettus
**** Fulvous Fruit Bat "Rousettus leschenaulti"
***Genus: Sphareias
**** Blanford's Fruit Bat "Sphaerias blanfordi"
*Family: Emballonuridae (Tomb bats)
***Genus: Taphozous
**** Blackbearded Tomb Bat "Taphazous melanopogon"
**** Naked-rumped Tomb Bat "Taphozous nudiventris"
*Family: Hipposideridae (Leaf nosed bats)
***Genus: Coelops
**** Tailless Leaf-nosed bat "Coelops frithi"
***Genus: Hipposideros
**** Great Himalayan Leaf-nosed bat "Hipposideros arminger"
**** Leaf-nosed bat "Hipposideros ater Dusky"
**** Least Leaf-nosed bat "Hipposideros cineraceus"
**** Fulvus Leaf-nosed bat "Hipposideros fulvus"
**** Lankadiva bat "Hipposideros lankadiva"
**** Horsefield's Leaf=nosed bat "Hipposideros larvatus"
**** Andersen's Leaf-nosed bat "Hipposideros pomona"
*Family: Megadermatidae
***Genus: Megaderma (False Vampire Bats)
**** Greater False Vampire Bat "Megaderma lyra"
**** Lesser False Vampire Bat "Megaderma spasma"

*Family: Vespertilionidae
**Subfamily: Kerivoulinae
***Genus: Kerivoula
**** Painted Bat "Kerivoula picta" LR/lc
**Subfamily: Myotinae
***Genus: Myotis
**** Hairy-faced Bat "Myotis annectans"
**** Csorba's Mouse-eared Bat "Myotis csorbai" DD
**** Water Bat "Myotis daubentonii"
**** Hodgson's Bat "Myotis formosus"
**** Kashmir Cave Bat "Myotis longipes" VU
**** Whiskered Myotis "Myotis muricola" LR/lc
**** Whiskered bat "Myotis mystacinus" LR/lc
**** Mandelli's Mouse-eared Bat "Myotis sicarius" VU
**** Himalayan Whiskered Bat "Myotis siligorensis" LR/lc
**Subfamily: Vespertilioninae
***Genus: Arielulus
**** Black-gilded Pipistrelle "Arielulus circumdatus" LR/lc
***Genus: Barbastella
**** Eastern Barbastelle "Barbastella leucomelas" LR/lc
***Genus: Eptesicus
**** Serotine bat "Eptesicus serotinus" LR/lc
**** Tate's Bat "Eptesicus tatei"
***Genus: Falsistrellus
**** Chocolate Pipistrelle "Falsistrellus affinis" LR/lc
***Genus: Harpiocephalus
**** Hairy-winged Bat "Harpiocephalus harpia"
***Genus: Hesperoptenus
**** Tickell's Bat "Hesperoptenus tickelli" LR/lc
***Genus: Ia
**** Great Evening Bat "Ia io" LR/nt
***Genus: Nyctalus
**** Mountain Noctule "Nyctalus montanus" LR/nt
**** Common Noctule "Nyctalus noctula"
***Genus: Philetor
**** Rohu's Bat "Philetor brachypterus" LR/lc
***Genus: Pipistrellus
**** Large Black Pipistrelle "Pipistrellus cirumdatus"
**** Indian Pipistrelle "Pipistrellus coromandra" LR/lc
**** Javan's Pipistrelle "Pipistrellus javanicus"
**** Paternal Pipistrelle "Pipistrellus paterculus"
**** Common Pipistrelle "Pipistrellus pipistrellus"
**** Pygmy Pipistrelle "Pipistrellus mimus"
**** Thomas's Pipistrelle "Pipistrellus cadornae"
**** Chocolate Pipistrelle "Pipistrellus affinus"
***Genus: Plecotus
**** Brown long-eared bat "Plecotus auritus" LR/lc
***Genus: Scotomanes
**** Harlequin Bat "Scotomanes ornatus" LR/nt
**** Asiatic Lesser Yellow Bat "Scotomanes kuhlii"
**** Asiatic Greater Yellow Bat "Scotomanes heathi"
**Subfamily: Murininae
***Genus: Murina
**** Little Tube-Nosed Bat "Murina aurata" LR/nt
**** Round-eared Tube-nosed Bat "Murina cyclotis" LR/lc
**** Hutton's Tube-nosed Bat "Murina huttoni" LR/nt
**** Great Tube-nosed Bat "Murina leucogaster"
**Subfamily: Miniopterinae
***Genus: Miniopterus
**** Small Bent-winged Bat "Miniopterus pusillus" LR/lc
**** Schreiber's Long-fingered Bat "Miniopterus schreibersii" LC
*Family: Rhinopomatidae
**Genus: Rhinopoma
*** Lesser Mouse-tailed Bat "Rhinopoma hardwickei" LC
*Family: Molossidae
**Genus: Chaerephon
*** Wrinkle-lipped Free-tailed Bat "Chaerephon plicata" LR/lc
**Genus: Tadarida
*** European Free-tailed Bat "Tadarida tenoitis"
*Family: Rhinolophidae
**Subfamily: Rhinolophinae
***Genus: Rhinolophus
**** Intermediate Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus affinis" LR/lc
**** Greater Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus ferrumequinum" LR/nt
**** Blyth's Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus lepidus" LR/lc
**** Woolly Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus luctus" LR/lc
**** Big-eared Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus macrotis" LR/lc
**** Pearson's Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus pearsoni" LR/lc
**** Least Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus pusillus" LR/lc
**** Rufous Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus rouxi" LR/lc
**** Chinese Rufous Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus sinicus" LR/lc
**** Little Nepalese Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus subbadius" DD
**** Trefoli Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus trifoliatus"
**** Dobson's Horseshoe Bat "Rhinolophus yunanensis"
**Subfamily: Hipposiderinae
***Genus: Hipposideros
**** Great Roundleaf Bat "Hipposideros armiger" LR/lc
**** Pomona Roundleaf Bat "Hipposideros pomona" LR/lc

Order: Pholidota (pangolins)

----The order Philodota comprises the eight species of pangolin. Pangolins are anteaters and have the powerful claws, elongated snout and long tongue seen in the other unrelated anteater species.

*Family: Manidae
**Genus: Manis
*** Chinese Pangolin "Manis pentadactyla" LR/nt

Order: Cetacea (whales)

---- The order Cetacea includes whales, dolphins and porpoises. They are the mammals most fully adapted to aquatic life with a spindle-shaped nearly hairless body, protected by a thick layer of blubber, and forelimbs and tail modified to provide propulsion underwater.

*Suborder: Odontoceti
**Superfamily: Platanistoidea
***Family: Platanistidae
****Genus: Platanista
***** Ganges and Indus River Dolphin "Platanista gangetica" EN

Order: Carnivora (carnivores)

----

The carnivores include over 260 species, the majority of which eat meat as their primary dietary item. Carnivores have a characteristic skull shape and dentition.

*Suborder: Feliformia
**Family: Felidae (cats)
***Subfamily: Felinae
****Genus: Catopuma
***** Asian Golden Cat "Catopuma temminckii" VU
****Genus: Felis
***** Jungle Cat "Felis chaus" LC
****Genus: Lynx
***** Eurasian Lynx "Lynx lynx" NT
****Genus: Pardofelis
***** Marbled Cat "Pardofelis marmorata" VU
****Genus: Prionailurus
***** Leopard Cat "Prionailurus bengalensis" LC
***** Fishing Cat "Prionailurus viverrinus" VU
***Subfamily: Pantherinae
****Genus: Neofelis
***** Clouded Leopard "Neofelis nebulosa" VU
****Genus: Panthera
***** Leopard "Panthera pardus" LC
***** Tiger "Panthera tigris" EN
****Genus: Uncia
***** Snow leopard "Uncia uncia" EN
**Family: Viverridae (civets, mongooses, etc.)
***Subfamily: Paradoxurinae
****Genus: Arctictis
***** Binturong "Arctictis binturong" LR/lc
****Genus: Paguma
***** Masked Palm Civet "Paguma larvata" LR/lc
****Genus: Paradoxurus
***** Asian Palm Civet "Paradoxurus hermaphroditus" LR/lc
***Subfamily: Prionodontinae
****Genus: Prionodon
***** Spotted Linsang "Prionodon pardicolor" LR/lc
***Subfamily: Viverrinae
****Genus: Viverra
***** Large Indian Civet "Viverra zibetha" LR/lc
****Genus: Viverricula
***** Small Indian Civet "Viverricula indica" LR/lc
**Family: Herpestidae (mongooses)
***Genus: Herpestes
**** Indian Gray Mongoose "Herpestes edwardsii" LR/lc
**** Small Asian Mongoose "Herpestes javanicus" LR/lc
**** Crab-eating Mongoose "Herpestes urva" LR/lc
**Family: Hyaenidae (hyaenas)
***Genus: Hyaena
**** Striped Hyena "Hyaena hyaena" LR/nt
*Suborder: Caniformia
**Family: Ailuridae (lesser panda)
***Genus: Ailurus
**** Red Panda "Ailurus fulgens" EN
**Family: Canidae (dogs, foxes)
***Genus: Vulpes
**** Bengal Fox "Vulpes bengalensis" LC
**** Tibetan Fox "Vulpes ferrilata" LC
**** Red Fox "Vulpes vulpes" LC
***Genus: Canis
**** Golden Jackal "Canis aureus" LC
**** Gray Wolf "Canis lupus" LC
***Genus: Cuon
**** Dhole "Cuon alpinus" EN
**Family: Ursidae (bears)
***Genus: Ursus
**** Brown Bear "Ursus arctos" LR/lc
**** Asiatic Black Bear "Ursus thibetanus" VU
***Genus: Melursus
**** Sloth Bear "Melursus ursinus" VU
**Family: Mustelidae (mustelids)
***Genus: Mustela
**** Yellow-bellied Weasel "Mustela kathiah" LR/lc
**** Siberian Weasel "Mustela sibirica" LR/lc
***Genus: Martes
**** "Martes flavigula" LR/lc
**** Beech Marten "Martes foina" LR/lc
***Genus: Mellivora
**** Ratel "Mellivora capensis" LR/lc
***Genus: Melogale
**** Burmese Ferret-badger "Melogale personata" LR/lc
***Genus: Lutra
**** European Otter "Lutra lutra" NT
***Genus: Lutrogale
**** Smooth-coated Otter "Lutrogale perspicillata" VU
***Genus: Aonyx
**** Oriental Small-clawed Otter "Aonyx cinereus" NT

Order: Perissodactyla (odd-toed ungulates)

----The odd-toed ungulates are browsing and grazing mammals. They are usually large to very large, and have relatively simple stomachs and a large middle toe.

*Family: Rhinocerotidae
**Genus: Rhinoceros
*** Indian Rhinoceros "Rhinoceros unicornis" EN

Order: Artiodactyla (even-toed ungulates)

----The even-toed ungulates are ungulates whose weight is borne about equally by the third and fourth toes, rather than mostly or entirely by the third as in perissodactyls. There are about 220 artiodactyl species, including many that are of great economic importance to humans.

*Family: Suidae (pigs)
**Subfamily: Suinae
***Genus: Sus
**** Pygmy Hog "Sus salvanius" CR
**** Boar "Sus scrofa" LR/lc
*Family: Tragulidae
**Genus: Moschiola
*** Chevrotain "Moschiola meminna" LR/lc
*Family: Moschidae
**Genus: Moschus
*** Himalayan Musk Deer "Moschus chrysogaster" LR/nt
*** Dusky Musk Deer "Moschus fuscus" LR/nt
*Family: Cervidae (deer)
**Subfamily: Cervinae
***Genus: Cervus
**** Barasingha "Cervus duvaucelii" VU
**** Red Deer "Cervus elaphus" LR/lc
***Genus: Axis
**** Chital "Axis axis" LR/lc
**Subfamily: Muntiacinae
***Genus: Muntiacus
**** Indian Muntjac "Muntiacus muntjak" LR/lc
*Family: Bovidae (cattle, antelope, sheep, goats)
**Subfamily: Antilopinae
***Genus: Antilope
**** Blackbuck "Antilope cervicapra" NT
***Genus: Pantholops
**** Tibetan antelope "Pantholops hodgsonii" EN
**Subfamily: Bovinae
***Genus: Bos
**** Gaur "Bos frontalis" VU
**** Yak "Bos grunniens" VU
***Genus: Boselaphus
**** Nilgai "Boselaphus tragocamelus" LC
***Genus: Bubalus
**** Wild Asian Water Buffalo "Bubalus bubalis" EN
***Genus: Tetracerus
**** Four-horned Antelope "Tetracerus quadricornis" VU
**Subfamily: Caprinae
***Genus: Hemitragus
**** Himalayan Tahr "Hemitragus jemlahicus" VU
***Genus: Nemorhaedus
**** Mainland Serow "Nemorhaedus sumatraensis" VU
**** "Nemorhaedus goral" LR/nt
***Genus: Ovis
**** Argali "Ovis ammon" VU
***Genus: Pseudois
**** Bharal "Pseudois nayaur" LC

Notes

References

*cite web
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ee also

*List of chordate orders
*List of regional mammals lists
*List of prehistoric mammals
*Mammal classification
*New mammal species


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