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Saiga tatarica




This website is an informational site studying many different aspects of the Saiga tatarica. The Saiga is a type of antelope that is currently classified as critically endangered. Throughout these pages information will be given regarding the classification of the Saiga and why it is classified that way. The habitat and geography including where it the world it lives and what type of environment is present in those areas. The adaptation of the animal to its environment and how its body is specialized to these areas will be discussed. Along with reproductive information and how Saiga interact with other species that live in its same habitat. The information covered throughout this website will equip you with all the information that you may need to know regarding the Saiga antelopes including a gallery of pictures and some fun facts!






Please reference the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species at for more information regarding the Critically Endangered status of the Saiga tatarica species.


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