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Two toads and twelve frogs are known to inhabit the Pine Barrens.
The Pine Barrens today is home to 34 species of mammals.
Share:Among animals, we find 34 species of mammals, 36 species of fish, 24 amphibians, 30 reptiles, 144 birds (either year-round or migratory residents), and more than 10,000 invertebrate species (mostly insects, worms and other arthropods). Of the animals, 36 species are currently deemed threatened or endangered. Click on the links below to learn more. Mammals of the Pine Barrens […]
Share:When the illegal business of poaching is brought up in media, it is most often in reference to the large mammals of the African Plains, the rare species of the Amazon, or the last of the great cats in Asia, but right here in the Pinelands National Reserve we face many of the same threats […]
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