In the Bou Hedma National Park, you can see two species of antelopes: the addax and the oryx. You will also find ostriches, wild boar, mongooses and porcupines. In the desert, it is still possible, though rare, to come across fennecs.
Tunisia's star animal, the dromedary should not be confused with the camel, which lives in colder climates.© Easyvoyage.com
A carnivorous mammal with the false airs of a fox, the black-backed jackal lives primarily in the desert.© Easyvoyage.com
Also called yellow mongoose because of the colour of its coat, the fawn-coloured mongoose measures no longer than 16 inches.© Easyvoyage.com
A rare species of antelope, the Addax and its long spotted nose live in the isolated regions of the Sahara.© Easyvoyage.com