Mammals

Mammals

A list of some of the mammals visitors can expect to see at Riverside Camp

Aardvark
Spotted Hyena
East African Hedgehog
Striped Hyena
Giant White-toothed Shrew
Cheetah
Straw-Coloured Fruit Bat
African Wild Cat
Rousette Fruit Bat
Serval Cat
Epauletted Fruit Bat
Lion
Pale-Bellied Fruit Bat
Leopard
Hollow-Faced Bat
Aardvark
False Vampire Bat
Tree Hyrax
Yellow-Winged Bat
Rock Hyrax
Lesser Leaf-Nosed Bat
African Elephant
Yellow-Bellied Bat
Burchell’s Zebra
White-Bellied Free-Tailed Bat
Hippopotamus
Greater Galago
Warthog
Lesser Galago
Bush Pig
Black-Faced Vervet Monkey
Masai Giraffe
Sykes’ Monkey
Cokes Hartebeest
Olive Baboon
Wildebeest
Lesser Ground Pangolin
Topi
African Wild Dog
Bush Duiker
Black-Backed Jackal
Kirk’s Dik-Dik
Side-Striped Jackal
Defassa Waterbuck
Bat-Eared Fox
Mountain Reedbuck
Zorilla
Bohor Reedbuck
Honey Badger
Impala
Clawless Otter
Thomson’s Gazelle
African Civet
Grant’s Gazelle
Small-Spotted Genet
Masai Bushbuck
Large-Spotted Genet
Eland
Marsh Mongoose
African Cape Buffalo
Dwarf Mongoose
African Hare
Egyptian Grey Mongoose
Cane Rat
Slender tailed Mongoose
Porcupine
White-Tailed Mongoose
Bush Squirrel
Banded Mongoose
Spring Hare
Aard-Wolf
African Dormouse
Kenya Mole Rat

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