Species of Thailand

Mammal species in Thailand

Please note that some of the species listed below may be extinct or no longer found in Thailand.

The range maps for the species listed below may not be accurate nor complete. Our work is not purely scientific but we verify the data we collect with the local top experts as much as we can.

Mammals (Class: Mammalia)

Total 286 species

Elephants
Even-toed ungulates (Order: Artiodactyla)
Deer
Bovids
Chevrotains
Suids
Carnivorans (Order: Carnivora)
Bears
Cats
Viverrids
Mustelids
Asiatic linsangs
Mongooses
Canids
Tapirs
Primates (Order: Primate)
Gibbons
Macaques
Lutungs
Surilis
Lorisids
Flying lemurs
Pangolins (Order: Pholidota)
Hares
Dugongs
Whales
Dolphins
Porpoises
Shrews & Moles (Order: Eulipotyphla, Soricomorpha)
Rodents (Order: Rodentia)
Old World porcupines
Squirrels
Spalacids
Moonrats
Voles
Murids
Treeshrews (Order: Scandentia)
Bats
Horseshoe bats
Old World leaf-nosed bats
Sac-winged bats
Megabats
Vesper bats
Mouse-tailed bats
Kitti's hog-nosed bats
Free-tailed bats
False vampire bats
Slit-faced bats