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DEATH VALLEY WILDLIFE > Mammals > Hooved Mammals


Hooved Mammals

Mule Deer
Odocoileus hemionus
In Panamint, Cottonwood and Grapevine Mountains; Hunter Mountain area.

Desert Bighorn Sheep
Ovis canadensis nelsoni
Surrounding mountains, especially inaccessible ridges and canyons, usually near water.

Burro
Equus assinus
Introduced in the 1880s; mountains and high desert; active removal program by NPS.

Horse
Equus caballus
Introduced; active removal program by NPS.

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